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    Cuba's Cooking

    As mentioned on this board previously, Cuba's Cooking has a new location at the Seaport Mall, on the side toward the main road. There's parking all around, including in the rear of the complex by the ocean.
    Mrs. 44 and I dined there last night and enjoyed ourselves. Started with the empanadas and we had one of each, beef, chicken, pork. They came with three sauces which are okay. Then Mrs. 44 had the olive chicken, which is marinated and slow roasted to be fall off the bone good. I wish I had ordered that. I went with the roast pork, which was also good, but the chicken was a bit more tasty in an exotic way. Glasses of wine were reasonably priced.

    The live music helped make the night, especially when a bunch of people in the audience joined the guy with the guitar. It was musica latina fiesta, singing, dancing, and playing along. Lots of fun for all, including the musician.

    Photos at: http://bentpage.wordpress.com/2011/0...cooking-aruba/

    Enjoy and bon dia.

    44
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    sounds good.
    i hope CC is successful in the heavily traveled Seaport Mktplace.
    enjoyed the TODAY show (your debut).
    Quote Originally Posted by SanNic44 View Post
    As mentioned on this board previously, Cuba's Cooking has a new location at the Seaport Mall, on the side toward the main road. There's parking all around, including in the rear of the complex by the ocean.
    Mrs. 44 and I dined there last night and enjoyed ourselves. Started with the empanadas and we had one of each, beef, chicken, pork. They came with three sauces which are okay. Then Mrs. 44 had the olive chicken, which is marinated and slow roasted to be fall off the bone good. I wish I had ordered that. I went with the roast pork, which was also good, but the chicken was a bit more tasty in an exotic way. Glasses of wine were reasonably priced.

    The live music helped make the night, especially when a bunch of people in the audience joined the guy with the guitar. It was musica latina fiesta, singing, dancing, and playing along. Lots of fun for all, including the musician.

    Photos at: http://bentpage.wordpress.com/2011/0...cooking-aruba/

    Enjoy and bon dia.

    44

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    I have to agree with anyone that had been or recently enjoyed CC. I have always been a big fan but the notch has been raised one level and its' nice to see that the true essence of the old location was carried over to the new one. Cubas Cookin is about food and music but mostly its about people. I love the place.
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