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Had lunch there today. Nice experience.
Located in the shopping center to the east of Baillos on Menual.
The atmosphere is light and airy, silver and yellow decor, with a beachy, island feel. Staff was friendly (and I loved their Cuban Spanish accents).
The owner or manager?, an older man, gave us samples of the mamaya shake and slushed lemonade. The mamaya was reminiscent of melon such as cantaloupe; both were light and refreshing.
I had the house sandwich. More or less a Cubano made with beef. Ham, beef, mild white cheese, pickles, sauteed onions, tomatoes, mayo sauce of some sort, pressed between french bread. Very tasty. No side. $10.75 (the most expensive sandwich; I believe they start at $6). It was too large for me to finish.
My lunch date had what was more or less Chicken Cordon Bleu (I forget its Cuban name). It was deep fried with pineapple on top. Large portion. Served with black beans and rice, which were a little too salty and oily for my taste, and fries. He had no complaints. $14.75.
We will both go back to try out their other dishes.
I had the same as your date (Milanesa) Thought it was great. The pork is awesome too (Masas de Puerco??). The black beans and Rice mixed is awesome.