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El Rinconcito Latino
Posted by Etta on 08/04/2011
The food is great with amazing portions. The prices are excellent, the service might not be as good as one might want but you can still have a great meal and good time. The staff doesn't speak English, but reading some of the comments posted by other customers and complaining about the language barrier.... the first thing these customers must do is fix the way the write in English, then they should complaint. The food is great, great price, and the menu is in English and Spanish.
Posted by anonymous on 07/03/2011
The food was ok at best. The interior of the restaurant was closed for some kind of renovation so you had to use a window. But there were no table to sit and eat. The people working there were quite friendly. Luckily the food was cheap as it was no that great.
Posted by Betty Smith on 08/24/2010
I ordered a cuban sandwich which tasted as if the meat had been burned, the sandwich had a thin slice of ham and a thin slice of roast pork, with no taste and when I asked for mustard I received an empty mustard container. My husband had the fried pork chunks that were ok, and the morros were made with red beans and rice not with the black beans, which did not have alot of flavor. The portions are very large but the quality of food does not exist at this restaurant.
Posted by El Rinconcito Latino on 01/20/2010
yes there is a language barrier, they barely speak english, but do what i did, point at the things on the menu cuz its in both langueages, the food is amazing! and theres enough for u too box up and take home, and the sirloin steak and miami sandwhich are the best things ive eaten in years!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/28/2009
This restaurant does a great job with very large portions at a very reasonable price. However, the service is pretty atrocious. There is hardly an English speaking soul in the entire establishment. The employees walk proudly with their noses pointed to the air. Unfortunately when you're looking at the ceiling like that you can't see the needs of your guests. I've been coming here for over a decade and still get treated poorly. I wouldn't give them my money if not for the extremely convenient location.
Posted by TonyT766@aol.com on 05/19/2009
My comment of May 17, 2009, referred to the "Rinconcito Latino" located on the north side of Coral Way, just west of 67th Ave.
Posted by TonyT766@aol.com on 05/17/2009
A little pearl for those in the know of latin-American food. Extraordinary portions, inexpensive, great variety, and homely atmosphere. No need for a web site, the place is usually full but seldom with waiting lines except Sundays. If you go, don't tell other people or it will disturb the fine balance of food, cost, atmosphere and service. Incidentally, the service is excellent given what it is offered and the waitresses do smile. If you know of a comparable place, let me me, love to have an alternative for weekday lunch or dinner. (Too busy on weekends for taste).