10319 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034
Phone: (310) 558-1817
Phone: (424) 361-3235
Fax Number: (310) 558-1817
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Cuban, Caterers, Family Style, Caribbean, Latin American
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Pets Allowed: No
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Great (but very, VERY garlicky) Cuban cuisine. I wouldn't necessarily choose this spot for a first date! Love their garlic chicken with a glass of sangria.
04/21/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I love it. Waiters are dressed to the nines. Starches are lip-smacking rice, black beans, plantains and yucca. Meats are sauced with garlic, onion and butter as they should be. Yet somehow, it tastes tired. Maybe it's boring. Maybe I'm jaded as an Angeleno and I need some bells and whistles to make me believe that the Cuban food I'm eating is actually better than I think it is. It may be, 'cus I don't really know Cuban culture beyond their awesome contribution to jazz.
04/13/2011Provided by Citysearch -
The cuabn cuisine at this place is tasty and authentic. The prices are good and the staff is super friendly. My only gripe is that the parking at this place is VERY poorly laid out. I have seen an accident and more than a couple of dinged up car door in my travels to Versailles.
Great food guys, but gotta work on the parking lot.
When my girlfriend and I saw how packed the place was, we figured it must be good. However, we were very disappointed. The only friendly service we got was when the bus boy seated us. After that, our waiter was grumpy, disinterested in helping answer our questions about the menu, and he mumbled. I ordered a dinner special- fajitas, which was absolutely bland. They removed all flavor possible from the dish....I don't know how they did that. My gf got some pork chop dish with their famous sauce on it, but the pork was over cooked and tough, and the citrus sauce on the pork over powered the famous butter garlic sauce (which just tastes like garlic butter....I don't see what the big deal is). The only things that were good were the beans, rice, fried plabtains, and iced tea. But, those items are not enough to make me go back their again.
09/08/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This place sucks! I have been going to this place since i was a kid and i cant believe it has changed so much. You can tell they are using cheaper products cause thier chciken doesnt taste the same and I know for a fact thier servers pick their customers. They fight over the white people and sit them in the front of the restauratn and everyone else in the back. Next time you go in....chech that out its sad.
The servers are unattentive and rude. I will never be coming back
Whenever we are in the area, we like to come for Cuban food here.
I always love to order the ropa vieja with the platanos (shredded beef w/plantains).
My husband loves to order the Camarones al Ajillo (Shrimp In Garlic Sauce) very, very delicious.
You might also get lucky and catch a celebrity here as this is a local favorite.
07/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We always order and share #20. I don't remember the name but it is somewhat resembling beef stew meaty dish with red bell peppers and tomatoes - with rice, black beans, and plantains. Consistent good quality. Not too spicy, not fried, very soft, easy on my stomach. They bring it almost immediately. Good espresso.
Although, we noticed if we choose other seats than suggested, it takes much much longer to get your order.
THis all takes place during the day time, morning, lunch hours, so I don't know, maybe it is different at nights.
01/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Been to both the Venice Blvd and La Cienaga locations to try the ""Famous Chicken"" dish. My GF got a small steak. We were both un-impressed. My chicken was dry. Her steak was below average. The high scores from other reviewers make me wonder what they ate that I didn't.