Decent Mojitos and huge portions. Friendly wait staff. Tried the Habenero sauce and liked it enough that we bought a bottle to take home.
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We were there on a Saturday night with a reservation. We were seated promptly, restaurant is inviting and very casual. Ordered shrimp with avocado appetizer and empanadas based on the waiter's recommendation. Both were delicious. All entrees were wonderful, although the pork was my favorite....More
Cuba de Ayer is an authentic Cubano restaurant in an unassuming location in Burtonsville, about half way between Washington and Baltimore off Rte 29. The menu selection is quite large with a wide selection of Cuban dishes and drinks. The Cuban pork dish (Pernil) with...More
As indicated we had not been at this restaurant for a while. We were happy to see that the restaurant had been upgraded. The food was wonderful as was the service. We really enjoyed it and will go back soon.
This is what we like to hear! We truly appreciate you dining with us and look forward to serving you again soon. Sincerely, Jessica R.
The food at this restaurant was really amazing. The Ropa Vieja was delicious a Dan accompanied with black beans and rice and plantains. Outstanding food.
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I like this place as it's a pretty setting, the servers are friendly, and the food is tasty though a little uneven. I've been there twice so far and though I don't love it, I like it enough to keep going back. The food is...More
My daughter and I thought we'd give this place a try based on other reviews. So glad we did! The food was as good as any I've had in NY and much more reasonably priced. Charming, cozy setting with attentive, excellent staff. We decided to...More
We're glad you did as well! We hope this visit entices you to dine with us again soon. Sincerely, Jessica R.
We have tried almost every item on the menu and love everyone of them. Take out service is good also. Mojito's are the best I've had.
This is what we like to hear, Bob! Thanks for the review. Sincerely, Jessica R.
Recently was in Little Havana, so I had that as a comparative reference. The place stood up well to the mental comparison. The food was quite good. The service was uneven (friendly but the server had to tracked down a couple of times). The place...More