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on 2nd and Collins!! Helloooo...boy, were the stars aligning for me!!! So , I ate at Puerto Sagua Thursday, Friday, and Saturday!!! My 7 year old son, my food connoisseur, is also hooked. Our favorites: the oxtail, the shredded beef, and the snapper. I'm a meat-eater, so it was by chance that I ordered the snapper (Friday during Lent, this is what to order). Holy guacamole....the sauce is like my lifeline, pour it over the rice and I'm in heaven!! Okay, I'm part Asian, so I'm all about good sauce over rice. The meats are cooked in a light sauce - peppers, olives, tender meat -mmmm, I'm drooling just thinking about it (just imagine a grand-mama in the kitchen with a wooden spoon over a big steamy pot). My younger son was a fan of their tamales. He devoured them. Personally, I'm more of a fan of traditional Mexican tamales, but, don't get me wrong, they were good - just a bit too moist for my taste. I'll gladly eat anything at this establishment. If you find yourself in South Beach, Pu erto Sagua is a must! Oh, and BTW, if you have food allergy issues, like we do (allergies to nut and gluten)- we haven't seen any sign of bad reactions from the dishes we ate. We did pass on the plantains, I was told that they are fried with other items on the menu no frills cuban food. prices are reasonable and portions are big. the restaurant isnt anything fancy and is on par with the prices you are paying. we went during lunch and the lunch hour was very busy... all the tables were packed and there was a line of people waiting to sit and the bar seats were also






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