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Posted by Anonymous on 09/20/2005
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.
Posted by J&A on 09/15/2005
We love this place. Margaritas are awesome and the food is great. Always crowded, so stay away if you are not from the neighborhood. We don't want you here.
Posted by Queen Helene on 09/13/2005
We have ordered their food for photoshoots & they are consistantly great! Never been in there dining room - I love their food tasty & fresh!
Posted by Elycee on 08/07/2005
We used to make our pilgrimage to Cafe Habana on each of our weekend trips to NYC, sometimes coming every day of the trip!! But alas, the heavenly corn is no more - last time we were there, the corn had shrunken and the flavour disappeared. The food no longer makes up for the unbelievably poor service. We are on the lookout for a new favourite.
Posted by Mehh on 07/05/2005
...just get the stuff to go. Everyone says this little diner"esk" place is small and always crowded. Well, maybe it is but it wasn't when I went there (don't even ask what the time was I have NO clue). The corn is a must have..even if you don't like corn. My boyfriend is usually not a fan but I made him try mine. He loved them so much that he insisted we making similar ones for our BBQ this weekend. I thought the Cuban Sandwich was tasty and filling but the Gazpacho was too overpowered with Cilantro (a common mistake). If you're in the neighborhood with minimal cash flow...try it and worse comes to worse eat your food in a near by park..
Posted by TN on 06/08/2005
I have been at Cafe Habana on several occasions and never been disappointed. The wait is exhausting, but it is very definitely worth it. The food is fantastic and the place is busy and cool.
Posted by Kelita on 05/09/2005
For those who might not know this is a sister restaurant to one in D.F. Mexico City also called Cafe Habana. Both are great - although the one in Mexico has a lot more space and a very different menu. I love the food at both - especially the Tlacoyo dish. It's always a treat. I've always found the waitresses to be fine - it's busy and crowded in there - and they have to put up with all of those annoying customers. I find it's best to go right at 5 or 5:30 when they start serving dinner to avoid the houge throngs of people and to enjoy a quieter atmosphere. The bartenders are nice and friendly as well and do a very good job.