Nestled amongst the ritz and glamour of South Beach is Puerto Sagua, a local Miami Beach Cuban restaurant. Puerto Sagua is the hangout for
old-world Cubans, politicos, club kids and just about everyone visiting beautiful South Beach.
Whether grabbing a quick jolt of Cuban coffee before a big day--or long night--or sitting down with family and friends for authentic Latin cuisine, you'll love what Puerto Sagua has to offer. Since 1968 they've served an extensive menu of Cuban delicacies from Media Noches and Lechon with Moros to Yuca and more.
Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this Miami Beach Cuban restaurant boasts a casual atmosphere and very reasonable prices. For the ultimate Cuban dining experience in Miami Beach, visit Puerto Sagua today.
"El Mejor Restaurante Cuban en la Playa." …
Only a non-Cuban would like the place.
Are you kidding me?, this place has waiters with a bad attitude, food that never improved in 10 plus visits (I finally gave up), South Beach prices and no parking!
The white rice was gummy, more alike something for sushi than what Cuban food is like, the black beans remind you "Mom's home cooking", as in MOM is HOME cooking, not at Puerto Sagua. The Ropa Vieja was over tomatoey, the fried plantains nowhere near ripe, though they were requested that way, even the Cuban coffee was made without sugar!!!!! When I requested they bring me another one I was told "that's how we serve it"...maybe in Italian restaurants, but not on a Cuban place. It boggles the mind they are still in business. They would not last 1 month in The Gables, Little Havana, Kendall, Sweetwater, Westchester or The Grove
Best croqueta con jamon!. LOVE the ham croquettes, best in Miami. Coffe is great and also there are fun walk-ins to keep an eye on.
Lunch Counter. Sit at the lunch counter and order cafe con leche-nothing else. The coffee is excellent, but everything else.................blah! Slow service,bad food. Their fresh, potent cafe is great.
A RARE FIND!!. Puerto Sagua is one of the last truly authentic cuban restaurants left in South Beach. Yes, the restaurant is old and worn, but, that adds to the charm of the place. You feel as if you have stepped back in time. The service is prompt and courteous. (Like all good restaurants should be). I really can't say enough about the food. It is flavorful and served piping hot. Have a glass of sangria with your meal and finish up with flan and a cup of Cuban coffee. You'll be talking about this place for years to come!
Lousy Dive. Okay one likes going to Dives for some great food, but here all I found was a Dive and really lousy food. I thought Larios on the Beach was Bad.
MUY BIEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Excellent authentic cuban food... great atmosphere..very relaxed...GREAT GREAT GREAT!!!! Can walk in off the beach or from shopping.. very informal and delicious food!!!!!!!!!!
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