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Posted by Lloyd on 03/28/2014
One of the biggest secrets about New York food if you see a line in the place all the time that is the place to go. I won't wait in the line but I will go back when the line is not long. I love this place
Posted by Anonymous on 12/31/2012
it fast and good
Posted by Anonymous on 08/16/2012
I order delivery from here once a week - I already know to call an hour before I want to eat because it takes forever - but they tell you 1 hour and it gets here in an hour. The food makes the wait worth it. Everything I have tried (variations of the chicken and variations of mofongo) is delicious. And it's cheap!
Posted by yo mama on 06/22/2012
oxtail is my fave from this place but their service isn't so great *they take forever even when the place is packed *not many tables to sit at *the food could be fresher *i feel like they take the left overs from the day before and still serve them the next day so you might not want to get breakfast or brunch there *other than that the food is good, but nothing special.
Posted by Joanne A. from Midwood on 03/22/2012
When in Harlem, this is a must try restaurant, nothing fancy, no waitress service but food is excellent, fresh and savory: Food is inexpensive and portions are larger than usual. I'm from Brooklyn and was in the area, tried the Pork Mofungo, Roast Chicken, Roast Pork w/Yellow Rice and Black Beans and everything was delicious! The line to order the food was literally out the door! I heard about the restaurant through a friend that works in the area. When I was walking towards the place, the smell was so aromatic, that if I hadn't heard about it, and just happened to walk by, the smell alone would have drawn me in to the restaurant. Definitely an establishment that I would frequent. Already know of two friends who want to go there soon!!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/01/2011
Closest thing to traditional home-cooking for my lazy days! Everything is on point, with the exception of the desserts...