When I first heard the name of this café, I thought it was going to be American food. This is actually a Cuban place in downtown Orange right off of the roundabout! We sat outside on the sidewalk in front of the café, so it was nice to have a delicious dinner amidst the busyness of the area. They serve an extensive menu of traditional Cuban dishes and specialties. Each order of an entrée includes bread, soup or salad, and a dessert! It’s a lot of food for about $12-15. I was completely stuffed after eating here. The food is good, and it can easily feed you for two meals.
Arroz con Pollo for $11.95- A combination of chicken and saffron rice and served with maduros.
Caribbean Delight for $14.95- Shrimp, calamari, scallops, crawfish, and halibut in a typical Cuban sauce and served with rice and maduros.
Carne Con Papas for $11.95- Tips of boneless beef and potatoes cooked in a Cuban style beef sauce.
Halibut Caribbean Style for $13.95- A filet of halibut marinated and grilled, garnished with lobsters and Caribbean sauce. Served with Spanish rice, creamy spinach and maduros.
Roasted Chicken Cubano for $11.95- Half a roasted chicken basted with garlic, lemon and herbs
Tres Leches Cake- This cake oozes with milk!
Bread Pudding (with pineapple, raisins and rum sauce)! This is served warm.