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Cafe Habana

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  • Mexican, Latin American, Cuban
  • 17 Prince St, New York NY10012 40.722933 -73.994193
  • (At Elizabeth St)
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  • (212) 625-2002
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User Ratings (Based on 96 reviews)

3.455
Food 3.8 Value 3.6
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 625-2002
voice
(212) 625-2001
Website:
www.cafehabana.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Daily: 9am-12am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
People Watching, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
4th St to Canal St 6th Ave to Essex St

User Reviews

  • Cafe Habana

    Posted by AMG on 12/02/2005

    Best Brunch!

    I love this place! I have traveled everywhere in the US and honestly, this is the only place with authentic tasting Micheladas! The molletes were great (as if you were in Mexico), the corn on the cob was delicious and what a great crowd of people. It's such a cozy and inviting place that I could have brunch there every single weekend. I read some of the negative reviews in this site and think that they just don't get the fact that is a truly Mexican Cuban place.

  • Cafe Habana

    Posted by Ashley Peters on 11/27/2005

    Excellent Cusine

    I absolutely love this restaurant! You have to try the Shrimp with garlic sauce. Amazing! The service isn't so good but the food keeps me coming back!

  • Cafe Habana

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/22/2005

    The Best Food in New York

    Their Cuban Sandiches are great just like their corn and there fresh french fries.

  • Cafe Habana

    Posted by neesh on 11/10/2005

    Why is it sooo liked?

    Well the only good thing is the corn on the cob..that's the best...else not the best place place..service pretty poor..atmosphere nothing great...the sandwich was burnt and too dry...nope unless i want to have corn.

  • Cafe Habana

    Posted by Valentine Mott on 10/20/2005

    Not sure why it's so popular...

    This is my first review, but I had to write one because of my disappointment with the food. The adobo pork I had was too salty and, hence, difficult to eat. I am not picky with food. I am a bad reviewer because I'm not critical enough about places, and I think that most places are pretty good. I appreciate appropriate salting of food for flavor. I know that it enhances taste in sweet as well as savory dishes. The salt in the pork, however, overwhelmingly masked any other taste. I suppose that I expected the grilled corn to be hot or, at least, warm but it was cold. I'm not sure if that was intended or not, but I think that it would be best served freshly grilled. They must pre-grill them then place them back on to reheat briefly before serving. The atmosphere is like a dark, loud, tightly crowded diner.

  • Cafe Habana

    Posted by AnastasiaBHausen on 09/23/2005

    Yay! I love it

    Love the food and great atmosphere. The place is tiny and packed, there is usually about a 40 min wait for a table - so under the circumstances I think the waitresses did a great job. Food was cheap and tasty. I recommend the cafe con leches and the food dish names something like "tres marias". Corn was pretty good as well.

  • Cafe Habana

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/20/2005

    Yummy

    I loved the pork adobo sandwich. The corn was good but had a little too much of that powdered cheese on it and i wish the chilli powder was a little more spread out on it. Definitely going to back to try all the other yummy sounding things on the menu.

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