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Good news! There's no need to schlep all the way down to Miami (AKA Cuba) to get authentic, tasty Cuban eats, like those yummy sandwiches with ham, marinated pork, Swiss cheese, and pickles. But why grab a sandwich when you can really dig into some hearty stuff like savory sautéed shrimp in garlic sauce, crispy bistec à la Milanesa (top round that has been seasoned, breaded, and deep-fried), or the truly inspired arroz con pollo? Pair any of the aforementioned with one of the natural fruit milk shakes or juices made from papaya or mango, then end your pig-out session with steaming cups of café Cubano, cortaditas, and café con leches and a jiggly serving of caramel or coconut flan. Now, Havana isn't ultramodern, by any means, nor does it do a Disney job of replicating its namesake city, but the two-story dining room is comfortable, simple, and relatively tasteful. But really, the best part about this place is the 24-hour walkup window. We know there's nothing like feeding that 3 a.m. Cuban craving with a steaming box of smoky croquetas, vaca frita, and sweet plantains.
Blame it on the economy. Blame it on sky-high fuel costs, droughts, and that locally grown, organic craze. Really, blame it on whatever you like. No matter which way you slice it, food just isn't gett... More »
Went to dinner last night at the Havana Restaurant. Had the Bistec a la Milanesa (cutlet of choice top round steak, seasoned in Cuban spices, lightly breaded and fried. Topped with Spanish sauce, ham and melted mozzarella cheese). My sister, who was with me, chose the Cuban Sandwich, which she said was absolutely delicious! Both our dinners were enjoyable and the service made it that much better! I would highly recommend the Havana to anyone looking for great, Authentic Cuban food.
I was at Havana yesterday for lunch and it was so good I have to comeback, I had the lechon asado first time, great flavor I even took a side of it home, I really became Havana's fan, good work guys. Fernando Alvarez
You know how those cravings go: Must. Have. Cafe con leche. And a Cuban sandwich. NOW. That's why the 24-hour window at Havana Restaurant has saved many lives, from the night crawlers leaving Clematis Street to the early-birds needing a pick-me-up on the way to work before dawn. We usually get our fix with a banana batido (yum!) and a beef empanada (double yum!), but those more sophisticated (or more Cuban) than we prefer to sit down in Havana's two-story restaurant — a family biz run by Cuban exile Roberto Reyes — for a full-on oxtail dinner or palomilla steak, followed by a dish of flan or tres leches, best washed down with a pitcher of homemade sangria.
You know how those cravings go: Must. Have. Cafe con leche. And a Cuban sandwich. NOW. That's why the 24-hour window at Havana Restaurant has saved many lives, from the night crawlers leaving Clematis Street to the early-birds needing a pick-me-up on the way to work before dawn. We usually get our fix with a banana batido (yum!) and a beef empanada (double yum!), but those more sophisticated (or more Cuban) than we prefer to sit down in Havana's two-story restaurant -- a family biz run... More »
True, the food's not much. But in the middle of the night in West Palm Beach, there just isn't any competition, outside of Denny's and the 5 a.m. bars out west. And for atmosphere, Havana's all-night takeout window, located as it is in a light-industrial/low-rent-housing area of Dixie Highway, can't be beat -- especially if you're a Raymond Chandler or Elmore Leonard fan. Down these mean streets, a man must chew, and sitting out front under the street lamps on Havana's bus-stop-style bench,... More »
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