This reassuringly laid-back Cuban joint serves up a hot cheap breakfast from its walk-up window; $5 and you're happily on your way to a great morning. The sandwiches are filling and fresh (served with a basket of toasted Cuban bread), and the lunch dishes (carne asada, ropa vieja, etc) have their devotees as well. The black beans and rice could feed an army. You'll see plenty of customers from the old country, a sure testament to its authenticity. Saddled with a pretty dingy location (though it's bright and cheery inside), this is one of the friendliest and most unassuming eateries in Wilton Manors).
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