Flor De Cuba serves authentic Cuban cuisines prepared with locally resourced ingredients and Cuban herbs. The roast pork, top sirloin steak, congri Cuban black bean rice and Yucca roots are the specialties at the restaurant. The restaurant has its own bakery that serves Cuban desserts and bakery items like patties with Cuban minced lamb stuffing. The international bar offers a wide range of wine, beer and champagne.
In some ways , progress is adulteration. If it weren't for fusion, there would be no pluots or yuzu, for example. But sometimes becoming too popular can be less than favorable for a dish. We've probably all had a version of a banh mi that had little in common with an actual banh mi at one pub or other.
Swiss cheese, ham and pork. Cuban shredded beef in sauce. Fried ripe plantains. Sparkling mineral water.
This restaurant was once very good. My last visit was my last visit. The Cuban sandwiches they served us were so bad we had to spit out the meat. Seemed old, freezer burnt and odd texture. We put up with the help refusing