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Puerto Sagua Restaurant
Posted by Clare on 05/31/2014
I lived in south beach 20 years ago and other than missing the ocean have never wanted to go back. This morning I woke up and remembered Puerto Sagua, their coffee and the frijoles negroes. Surprised and delighted to find through google that his special restaurant was still around, I longed for Miami.
Posted by Betty on 03/26/2014
I was here with a friend while visiting Miami, a few years back. We wandered into Puerta Sagua and was amazed by the food, the friendly staff, and the energy of the place!!! We loved it, so when I returned with my husband today, 2014, I wanted him to taste the Cuban style food. We're from Texas , so we love flavorful Latin fare! Be sure to try the Cuban beer. It is very good , too ! It's at 7th and Collins. We wandered around until we found it. This time I took a picture of the restaurant sign to help me remember this place. It's not fancy but is great for any meal, and you won't leave hungry!
Posted by koulamee on 02/15/2014
Everytime I travel from the Midwest and New York, the highlight of my travel is coming here for the best variety of Cuban cuisine. Good price, vibrant atmosphere...almost reminds me of New York City with it's energy. I am willing to travel any length of distance to come back to this place. Awesome!
Posted by Rita and Steven on 10/04/2013
While on vacation, we wanted to taste authentic Cuban food. It was a delish experience..good, well seasoned food, that was great in price and flavorfal...they served enough to eat twice...and it wasn't over priced for south beach. The staff was very attentive and the restuarant was very clean. It was so good, we came back a second time!
Posted by Mica on 02/14/2013
The roasted chicken was tender but not as flavorful as you'd expect. They only gave me 4 small plantain slices with my meal. Yes 4 -_- Our server spent more time chatting with coworkers than tending to our tables. Not authentic Latin American food to me. I'd rather eat at places in Allapatrah, Hialeah, Little Havana, etc.
Posted by Richard on 04/03/2011
I have been eating at Puerto Sagua for over 20 years, and it is the best place on SOBE for breakfast, lunch, or dinner... quick, inexpensive, and authentic Cuban cuisine. No attitude with waiters, or over-priced food. Breakfast specials are served - the Cuban coffee will ignite your day! The fish soup is excellent, and the roasted chicken very filling.
Posted by Bill & Connie NYC on 02/25/2011
Don't let the look fool you. This is Cuban food that you would find in any Cuban kitchen. If all the locals eat there then you know it's good. The staff is as good as the food. If you want fancy overpriced Cuban food that some chef with an ego put their own twist on to accommodate a gringo palate then you don't know Cuban food. This is real deal Cuban food.