Cuba - Greenwich Village - New York City

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Cuban cuisine is a fusion of  several other cuisines.  A good portion of the spices and techniques come from Spanish, African and Caribbean influences.  As a result, Cuban dishes have distinctive flavors that will make your taste buds very happy.  With strong similarities with cuisines of their neighboring countries Domican Republic, Puerto Rico and Haiti, the blend of the flavors in every bite will transport you to the sun and warm wind of the islands.
Located in Greenwich Village in New York City, Cuba represents with excellence this experience. From Brunch, Lunch to Dinner complimented with an awesome tropical cocktail menu, make Cuba one of your stops this year.  The price is reasonable, service impeccable, atmosphere Superb!
 These photos represents the dishes we enjoyed ROPA VIEJA: shredded skirt steak braised in tomato, pepper salsa criolla, rice and beans and VACA FRITA: pan fried skirt steak with garlic mojo, onions, parsley, lime, rice and beans. Soooooo good.

Martine Cadet

Martine Cadet, Digital Media strategist, Speaker, Model and Handmade Jewelry Designer.