Our Cuban story
The History of of Flamingo Palms Cuban Cafe gives further in to what Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean and was at one time Spain’s primary shipping port to the rest of the Americas. Caribbean Cusine is considered a fusion of Spanish, “Taino” Native American, African and Caribbean food. It is usually simply prepared, always well-seasoned, yet rarely spicy. Here at Flamingo Palms Cuban Cafe we have continued in that tradition of combining cultures to make great tasting food.
For your convenience we are open every day of the week. You’re welcome to stop by anytime you.
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Monday - Thursday
Friday - Saturday
Mother's Day, Father's Day & Easter Sunday, Brunch will began @
Reservations on those days will only be taken in AM Hours.
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Cuban cuisine is the fusion of Spanish and Caribbean cuisines. Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish cooking, with a little Caribbean influence in spice and flavor. A traditional Cuban meal would not be served in courses rather all food would be served at the same time. The meal would consist of plantains, black beans and rice, ropa vieja (beef), pork with onions, tropical milk shakes known as batidos. Black beans and rice, called "moros y cristianos," or “congris” and plantains are staples of the Cuban diet. Much of the meat dishes are slow cooked with light sauces. Garlic, cumin, oregano and bay leaves are the dominant spices.
Another reason our food tastes so good, is because we always make all our food in house, from scratch.View gallery
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As a Cuban family owned establishment, it continues to be a staple of the old Cuba’s family dinning traditions of “abuela style” food and famously authentic Cuban espresso. Our authentic Caribbean Cusine and coffee daily. Many of which come together in celebration of cultural achievements and collective Cuban camaraderie. Flamingo Palms Cuban Cafe…