From Our Editors
The time-old parental command of "clear your plate" comes easy at Flavors of Cuba, especially when diners are chowing down on beef empanadas or filling their plates with fried sweet plantains. At this restaurant, traditional Cuban food pops off their menu, including savory meats, sweet fruits, and African spices. Take their Ropa Veija, for example. This traditional dish is made up of shredded flank steak slowly cook in a crillo sauce made of garlic, peppers, and tomato. Once customers have stuffed themselves on dinner, they can top it off with a traditional dessert such as empanadas stuffed with guava and cream cheese.