Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 3707 NW 7th St, Miami, FL 33126
Phone: (305) 649-5680
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
- local_parkingParkingPrivate Lot
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelAverage
- local_barAlcoholBeer & Wine Only
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
I usually get cafe con leche here. But today, my husband was hungry. So we looked at the menu and decided to stay.
The food took awhile to come out but we were very surprised by the yummy food. My husband ordered liver with rice and tostones. I ordered lechon asado with moro and tostones. Both plates were very flavorful and the portion was big too.
The Little Havana is getting so pricey and touristy ....... maybe if you want a good reasonable Cuban food, we need to try these little cafeteria/bakery.
It's a small hole-in-a-wall place but it's right next to the grocery store and you can enjoy a good Cuban food for very reasonable price.
When you get that little tingle for something tasty and you feel your belly deserves a reward.. this place is it!!great food...pleasant atmosphere..relaxing ...&the owners.. "The Best"..Check it out!!
This is a gem for quick casual and affordable dining. The food is great traditional Cuban and the staff provides fabulous old fashioned service.
The attendants may not speak English but they will make sure to get your order right one way or another.
Don't be surprised if the owner comes to your table for a chat. Once he knows you he might even customize the music as soon as he sees you walk in the door. We get to hear classic rock and Santana.
We go every weekend and have breakfast. Eggs over easy perfectly cook.
The ham and cheese empanadas here are made with cream cheese, which is relatively unusual, therefore I didn't foresee it. I took one bite, realized it was cream cheese, then asked one of the nice girls manning the counter if it could be exchanged for a different kind of empanada, or if not, refunded (I despise cream cheese).
The manager on duty, Arlen, was adamant that it was not possible, which, I don't see why not. It's not as if I ate the entire empanada and then asked for a refund. She also was very rude on top of it all, which was highly unnecessary.
Also, not as bad, but they charge money for a cup of water, which is pretty absurd.
Las empanadas de jamón y queso aquí están hechas con queso crema, que es relativamente inusual, por lo tanto, no lo preví. Le di un mordisco, me di cuenta de que era queso crema, y le pregunté a una de las chicas amables que manejaba el mostrador si se podía cambiar por otro tipo de empanada. I si no, si se podia reembolsar (odio el queso crema).
El gerente de turno, Arlen, insistió en que no era posible, y no veo por qué no. No es como si me hubiera comido toda la empanada y luego hubiera pedido un reembolso. Ella también fue muy grosera, lo cual fue muy innecesario.
If I could give this place a negative star I would
Unless you are man you do not get service and the food was disgusting oily and everything tasted old
I rather drive 5 mins down the road and go to the next bakery
Don't waste your time