The chef can coat black tiger shrimp with a garlic butter sauce, and deep-fry pork medallions infused with garlic and herbs
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $10.40 for $24 worth of Caribbean food for two or more
- $21.60 for $50 worth of Caribbean food for four or more
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The Fine Print
About Tata's Restaurant
Chef-and-owner Efrain busies himself in the kitchen of Tata’s Restaurant, cooking classic Puerto Rican dishes for his guests. He coats black tiger shrimp with a garlic butter sauce, and deep-fries pork medallions infused with garlic and herbs. His mofongos—fried plantains mashed with garlic—complement seafood salad and churrasco steak. The house-favorite sandwich, the Cubano, is an agglomeration of pulled roast pork, ham, swiss cheese, and pickles served atop a fried plantain or speared by a toothpick. Additionally, Tata's has a full bar.