870 Semoran Blvd, Casselberry, FL | Directions 3270728.649782 -81.326139
Fri-Sat 11am-10pm; Sun 1pm-8pm
ALWAYS GREAT – We have never had a bad meal here!!! The place is clean and the folks that work here and own it are very good and nice!!!!!
My aunt and uncle owns this place. They try to make everybody feel comfortable. She has respect for everybody. She's very loving and she loves to help others. I love her to death and I would do anything for her. She's the best. My uncle is the cook, and he cooks so good he's like the best cook out there. I wish he would've taught my dad how to cook that good. The best food you can ever order is their steak with yellow rice and sweet plantains. It's so good, but of course everything you order is delicious!
Great Food – Food is excellent! You have got to have the chicken empanadas, they were awesome. The food is great, everything is home-made, no "store bought" at this place! The music is great - atmosphere is wonderful and the service is excellent.
Great Cuban Food – This is a moderately proced restaurant and the food is always delicious. I love the Yucca and the garlic chicken is amazing. I do wish the salads had a bit more lettuce... but all in all it's great.
Best Breaded Steak – Great Cuban food! Best breaded steak ever!! Service is standard, and so is the decor of a typical Cuban place. This is not fine dining, just really good food!
Rolando's is hands-down the best Cuban food in Central Florida. – The Scene
While not much to look at?the tables are plain and photos of Cuba decorate the walls?the lack of ambience is more than made up for by huge portions of authentic, home-cooked Cuban food.
Paella is an option if you call an hour in advance and order a minimum of two dinners. The traditional dish of yellow rice is filled with a seafood medley that includes shrimp and lobster, in addition to ham, chicken, and pork. Standard Cuban sandwiches, combining hearty, hot combinations of ham, roast pork, and Swiss cheese pressed between thin, crusty slices of Cuban bread, are a delight and come with a thick, tasty black bean soup. Entrees are served with freshly baked hot rolls, house salad, rice, and plantains or yucca. For dessert, ask if the rice pudding is available.
Good, if informal, and the place has, appropriately enough, a real family feel. Rolando's is used to serving Cubanos and those less familiar with the menu, so feel free to ask for an explanation of what goes into any dish.
Cozy – I've eaten at Rolando's twice. The decor is not the best, but it's very cozy and you feel as if you are in someone's living room. The servers are very friendly and there was a man playing and singing some pleasant music for your dining enjoyment. The first time I dined there I had a simple cuban sandwich (not on the menu, but available without problem). The second time I had a wonderfully seasoned plate of Ropa Vieja with yellow rice and fried plantains. I'm not a Cuban connessieur but I was pleased with the food both times.
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