700 Collins Ave
Miami, FL 33139
Sun, 02/19/2017, 1:00pm walk-in
Miami is booming with so many Cuban restaurants, making it hard to choose one from amongst the many. It is a blend of Spanish, African and Latin American cuisine with a hint of Caribbean. It's unique and delicious and well, Miami is the place to find the best Cuban food around.
Puerto Sagua is a chill and popular spot located in South Beach. Serving traditional Cuban cuisine, the food tastes like it's comfort food made by a Cuban grandmother. It seems authentic and many locals have dined at this joint.
The interior is nothing special. There is a large bar seating area upon entering and a dining room in the back where you can be escorted to be seated. It's a hole in the wall place so don't expect some fancy tablecloths here.
|CAFE CON LECHE ($3.95): This was one strong coffee made with Cuban coffee. The milkk was meh. I thought this was ok. If you like really strong coffee, this is a good one.|
|SANGRIA: The sangria was delicious. It wasn't doused in alcohol and had a great fruity taste. Worth ordering.|
|FRIED YUCCA ($5.95): These were delicately fried. The texture on the inside was soft like a potato. If you like fries, this is a good order. The sauce that came with it was tangy and fresh.|
|ROASTED CHICKEN ($9.95): White Rice, Black Beans, Plantains. The chicken was roasted nicely and the plantains were caramelized to perfection. I just wish there was a bit of sauce to go with this dish to bring out more flavor.|
|The pork shoulder|
Notable Dishes: Coconut Caramel Custard and Pork Shoulder