For $10, today's side deal gets you $20 worth of traditional Cuban fare and drinks at Tino's Cuban Bistro, located on Curry Ford Road.
Family owned and operated, Tino's melts warm, homey vibes over each plate of fresh Cuban cuisine. The restaurant serves classic pressed sandwiches and traditional entrees, as well as tongue-piquing appetizers such as stuffed potato balls with savory beef filling ($1.45). Scoot into a booth and tear into a toasty ham-and-swiss cuban ($6.75), or dip your fork into a heaping pile of ropa vieja, shredded beef in rich Spanish sauce ($7.45). If you want to train to be a better eater, surfer, and multitasker all at once, pull up a bar stool and catch waves of free WiFi as you nosh. Tino's serves all three meals daily.
- Taste the Cuban sandwich and you’ll agree that someone has an appreciation for doing the iconic lunch staple right. The ham, roast pork, swiss cheese and pickles were there, amply stacked, and pressed so the Cuban bread had a slight crispness. – Scott Joseph, Scott Joseph’s Orlando Restaurant Guide
- Honestly the best Cuban food that I have had in Orlando, been [sic] Cuban I know a little bit about it, great service, clean emviroment [sic], spotless restroom, great prices. – Dulce, Urbanspoon