With its ever-changing coordinates and conspicuous absence from the Beach Boys' "Kokomo," Cuba is one of the more difficult to locate of the Caribbean nations. Dig into this enigma with fork, knife, and today's Groupon at Buchi Cafe Cubano. Buchi's authentic Cuban coffeehouse feel brings some Caribbean warmth and island spice to its mile-high Sunnyside neighborhood, treating locals to a menu of flavors from the embargoed isle. Sip on a traditional buchi (Cuban espresso; $1.50) before dive-tackling a specialty sandwich like the Aye Conyo's ($8.75) mother lode of pepperoni, turkey, hot peppers, and key lime mayo, or stop in for Sunday brunch and savor a blissful weekend's respite from coworkers asking you to sign their rash.
The Westword reviewed Buchi Cafe Cubano. 5280 magazine featured Buchi Cafe Cubano in their Best Bites article. Yelpers give the restaurant an average rating of four stars and 92% of Urbanspooners recommended it.
- As at a proper barbecue restaurant or a good hamburger stand, there is nothing to distract you from food that's gorgeous enough on its own, food that stands as both goal and ultimate reward. – Jason Sheehan, Westword
- This place is just all-around awesome. They serve up the best café con leche I've ever had in my life, which, by the way translates to the best cup of coffee I've ever had in my life. No, for serious. THE. BEST. – Tony W., Yelp
2651 W 38th Ave.
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