What we thought would be a special Father's Day brunch, descended into one of our worst restaurant experiences ever. So, where should we start? First of all, The food was sub par and had no resemblance of anything Cuban. In no way does the actual food match the creative and tasty looking dishes on their website. They couldn't even produce a proper serving of eggs benedict: the Hollandaise sauce was lifeless and starchy and the portion was microscopic for the outrageous $7 price tag. Likewise, the mango crepes were candied, artificial and didn't appear to contain a piece of real fruit, or even mango flavor. The selection in the buffet was extremely limited for $20. In fact, the only food item we had which was palatable was the Lechona (Pork). Service was nearly non-existent, as our waitress showed up to take our order after a long wait and to grab the bill. And the Manager, when we voiced our opinion, was combative and argumentative and tried to convince us that we were wrong. No attempt was made to remedy the situation. These people are crazy to think they can charge the prices on their menu for the quality of the experience. I'm sure that we will never return to this restaurant and suggest you do the same. Although the mojitos were good, they were expensive ($8) and only partially authentic. For a much more enjoyable experience, we would suggest the Samba Room which has excellent food, authentic mojitos at $6 (plus good happy hour specials), more affordable prices and spectacular service.
Pros: The Lechona (Pork), Mojitos, Hostesses
Cons: Overall service and management, the food, the presentation