This place wants to be Cuban, however the food that this restaurant serves is the exact food a stay-at-home dad would make for his kids on a whim! My family ate at this place today and I do not think that I have ever spent $90 for a sandwich lunch in my life! And not just any lunch, a subpar lunch! I would have been better off spending my money at a steakhouse for lunch! I most definitely would have been more satisfied! What is the owner thinking?!!! The check comes in a cigar box with a note that I should give a tip in cash. What owner does this?!! I went next door to grab $20 out of the atm for a $3.50 surcharge to tip the guy who expected something in the first place. I felt had after leaving this restaurant.
This is the worst Cuban restaurant I have ever been. The Churrasco I ordered was skinny as a sandwich steak, with a lot of onions on top, hard to chew and not even a chimichurri sauce. The churrasco is not supposed to come with all those onions. I have eaten churrasco a lot of times in different restaurants and this is the first time they bring me one like that. Please tell the chef this is not bistec de palomilla, it supposed to be a premium steak. The rice with beans was awful. My partner ordered the pernil, and was bad to. I have eaten pernil a lot of times and the one they sell is one of the worst I have ever eaten. For the dessert we ordered a Flan and a chocolate tres leches. The flan was eatable but the tres leches was bad. The texture of the cake was similar of the box they sell in the supermarket and the tres leches sauce was without flavor. The service was good and the place is beautiful, is a shame that the food is so bad. And also super expensive. Please be aware before coming here.
For the prices they have on their menu, you?d expect the food to have great flavor. Even the sprite tasted off and flat.. I had the churrasco, it very much lacked flavor, it?s not even served with a slice of lime or anything just plain with what seemed like bagged steamed minute rice to me. I also had a side of tostones which were kind of hard to bite into. At the end of my meal, the server asked me if I wanted to take home my leftovers. I agreed. I had beans to which he said he would bring me a container to put it in. The container? A TO GO COFFEE CUP with a sipping hole in the lid. For my beans??? To take home???? He then proceeds to tell me be careful it doesn?t spill there?s a little hole at the top. What?????? When I said, no thank you why would I put liquid beans inside a coffee cup to spill in my car on my way home? He offered me the large size container for the meal portions as the container for my to-go beans? So you mean to tell me, there isn?t a single meal on your menu for less than $25 and you can?t even provide proper take out containers???? Also, not really family friendly. No kids meals and they brought my kids? drinks out in their famous coffee to go cups. Sub par food, extremely expensive, very boring atmosphere. I guess they spent all their budget on the upscale decor and tacky cigar boxes they use to bring your receipt out to you. There?s nothing really Cuban about the place except the sugar cane decor. I paid $125 for 3 meals? Very disappointed, wouldn?t return. If you want to try a REALLY good Cuban spot, check out CubaNu in Rahway. THEY have immaculate food! Or Rumba Cubana if there?s one near you!
We went for dinner - Shrimp was great. Arugula salad was nothing special. I ordered the vegetarian paella for dinner. The menu did not indicate it had any spices like the regular paella. I asked for it to be a ?a little? spicy. It came out EXTRA EXTRA spicy. Essentially inedible. They did not offer to remake it to what I actually ordered. Left hungry. Very disappointed because it looked good.
We got the Mofongo as a starter, Shredded Beef and Seafood Paella. It was good but not worth the pricing. Seafood Paella was good when asked for spicy. Otherwise I feel like the flavors are lacking in almost all dishes. Expected better. Bill was like $95...
The atmosphere is nice, cozy, elegant and the food is super. High end place and the price is the same. A party of 10 ladies with a large appetite. We all enjoyed the Cuban flavors sabor. Appetizers and great coffee. What's to say "Go and enjoy." BYOB for now.
The service was fantastic, Food was authentic, presentable and most importantly the food was delicious. A little bit if Cuba dos is one of my favorite places to eat.
The pork shoulder is great. It reminds me of the signature pork shoulder dishes I had in the starred restaurants in Prague and Berlin. Especially the skin is tasty.
Fine food and hearty meals. We serve them all at A Little Bit of Cuba Dos. Find the atmosphere and enjoy such items as seafood in Freehold. Featuring cuban food and a pleasant atmosphere we know you'll want to come back. Call us at (732) 577-8506 and we'll be waiting.
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