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The room may look a bit like a cafeteria with its paper place mats and vinyl-padded chairs, but it's impeccably clean and bright. Waiters are formal, both in their vest and bow tie dress and in their manner. This place has lots of regulars, including entire families who stop in after church on Sundays, so you may have a wait during peak times. Basic Cuban cuisine prepared with care and a few extra touches. The ropa vieja in particular is the best in town. Shredded meat is simmered in a red wine and tomato sauce, then served with your choice of two sides, ranging from yuca with mojo to plantains or moros. Other notable entrees include the boliche (pot roast) and garlic shrimp. Lechon asado (roast pork) is available only on Sundays, starting at 1pm. Hurry, because it's usually gone by dinnertime.