Reviews

Margon
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4.6 out of 5 stars

Ervin M Ventura
Ervin M Ventura

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

The chicken is delicious the rice and beans along with the plantains as well. Reasonably priced for the amount of food you get. I also tried the chicken and beef patties and they were not good. Def recommend the chicken lunch special

Daniel Carr
Daniel Carr

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Excellent little Cuban diner just steps away from Time Square. We had an excellent experience, friendly staff behind the counter that were fun to be around. The food was delicious, we both had the Cuban sandwiches, they were phenomenal. As were the side dishes. We had a delicious and filling lunch complete with a soft drink and Cuban coffee for less than $25, a great bargain amidst all the big chain restaurants of nearby Time Square.

Michael Bernal
Michael Bernal

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My go-to spot everyday for lunch for a variety of reasons. The prices are reasonable considering it's located in the middle of Times Square. The food portions can feed two people, unless you're really hungry then enjoy a full plate of food for under $14. The restaurant itself is tiny but the lines move quick. Last but not least, the staff is friendly and the service is amazing. If you want some top notch Cuban food without having to spend or wait for a seat, this is the place to go. Been going here for years and they never disappoint!!!

Stephen Hand
Stephen Hand

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Giving 5 stars doesn't always mean that you are getting a white glove experience. Sure it might seem like any other cafeteria, but the staff were very friendly and accommodating. The food was terrific and it was clearly a favourite tucked away near time square. Many authentic Cuban items on the menu worth your consideration .

cary ang
cary ang

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Came here to try out their Cubano. It's pretty solid, if a little on the smallish side for $9 (but considering the location, I guess it makes sense). But it's tasty and definitely comparable to ones I've had in Miami.