Not really Cuban food. This is a nice place, just to visit, has a cuban theme, and the cuban food not too great. The taste of the food was tasteless, and it had an akward layout. The ropa vieja should of been called sopa vieja, the paella was with white rice and it didn't look good. The restaurant's food does not match with the Cuba Libre name. I am puerto rican married to a cuban for over 8 years, I know what real cuban food taste like and Cuba Libre's food is not it.. I feel sorry for the servers that take a lot of heat from real hispanics that know about cuban food, its not the waiters/waitress fault, the waiters/waitress do an splendid job and are very nice. If you want real cuban food either go to Coco Bongos, Samba Room or if you want go to the inner city to find real cuban food, because if you haven't eaten cuban food before and go to Cuba Libre you will not eat at another Cuban restaurant.
Cuban cuisine in the I-Drive district.. Munch on Cuban cuisine paired with rum-filled cocktails without leaving the country in the I-Drive district. Latin culture-lovers and tourists are captivated by this bi-level, elegant Cuban restaurant and bar combo named after the rum and Coca-Cola mixed drink with a twist of lime. The dining destination pays homage to 1950s Havana at the Pointe Orlando and serves authentic Cuban delicacies like churrasco a la Cubana and arroz con pollo by renowned nuevo Latino chef Guillermo Pernot. The libation side features over 75 premium and flavored rums along with specialty cocktails, beer, Mojitos and sangria. The decor resembles a Cuban home amidst a town square and a massive dance floor for salsa dancing during the weekends.
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