When the Mojito Cafe opened only a block away from our business, I was thinking it might be the perfect place to catch an occasional lunch or after work drink. That was about three years ago and after the first 5 or 6 visits it became apparent that there just wasn't much to write home about.
Most of the lunches I've had there have been rather bland and dry...meaning, in need of a sauce or some wet veggies to help balance the dryness of plantains and dry-grilled meats.
The Mojitos (a traditional Cuban cocktail) are pretty tasty, but drinking minty sugar water and rum gets old after awhile and after that...it's just another bar.
In fairness, maybe it has improved since my last visit.