- $13 for $25 worth of Cuban food
- See the menu.
Malanga Cuban Cafe
Malanga Cuban Cafe takes its name from the malanga, a potato-like tuber that's used in many of the restaurant's dishes. Fried malanga fritters, cream of malanga soup, and boiled malanga, to name a few. Diners can find them all on the menu, and they all make great side dishes to the cafe's other Cuban specialities.
The chefs here are masters when it comes to pork dishes, including roasted pork sandwiches and suckling pig that they cook over a spit on the restaurant's patio every Saturday. Black-and-white Cuban photographs line the dining room's walls, setting the tone for these and other meals.