The Cuban and Spanish-inspired menu have lots to choose from. Among us, we've tried three of the chicken dishes (my favorite is the moroccan chicken), the noodles in squid ink (one of us raved about it), the ropa vieja (the best I've had), and the eggplant parm. The owner-chef takes pride in his cooking, as does the wait staff, who are both friendly and knowledgable about the ingredients and the cooking process. Friendly too, without being cloying!
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