Cuban restaurant - Versailles or somewhere else
I highly suggest Versailles.....If you haven't been there.....it's a Miami / Little Havana landmark....It's an institution....Cuban restaurants are a dime-a-dozen in Miami....and most of them are very good....The food at Versailles is very good as well.....The place usually has a great vibe.....Fun place to belly up to the outside counter and enjoy a shot of Cuban coffee.....and then head inside for ropa vieja, masas de Puerco, vaca frita, black beans n rice, etc......
Rather inexpensive....excellent service......You don't want to go to just any "joint"....go to Versailles....and enjoy the experience....
Ft. Pierce, FL
Versailles is an institution - they have expanded over the years and now attract tour buses and lines out the door. The food is fine but not particularly special.
After my last visit (first time in many years) I decided it would be my last, although I do like the bakery that is attached, you can get savory and sweet baked goods to go.
My friend recommended Puerto Sagua, but I have not been.
ankimo posted this in an old thread:
Versailles for the classic cuban ambiance inundation
La Carreta for the Denny's cuban experience
Las Culebrinas for the more upscale appearing cuban
Havana Harry's for local popular cuban
Larios for Ocean Drive kinda cuban, go for Casa Larios instead
David's cafe for off Lincoln road expensive cuban
Puerto Sagua for most popular tourist's cuban place
Islas Canarias for less talked about good cuban
Sergio's for homestyle cuban
El Nuevo Siglo for cuban in a supermarket
Little Havana NMB for off the beaten path cuban
Enriqueta's Sandwich Shop
of course, many other places as well...
For one night in Miami, I wouldn't recommend Puerto Sagua. I really enjoy the food there and it's very reasonably priced but it's more of a diner type atmosphere, not a place to go out of your way to get Cuban. I'm looking forward to eating at Versailles on my next trip. Helpful list!