We ate here twice while staying at a 5 star resort in MA with our kids (10,12,14) and loved it. It will take a 1/2 hour to get your food because it is all being cooked fresh in La Cubanita's open kitchen. The owner is very nice and speaks some English. We watched her cooked and learned how to make a tasty yucca dish. The stuffed calamari is great as is the casada plate (the "typical costa rican faire), which is $5 (calamari was $9.) The friend yucca was everyone's fav! So save yourself some money, eat some great food (lunch and dinner) and get a little culture.
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