Our clients, whom we already consider part of the great family of La Rosa Restaurant,recommend us thanks to our excellence in the international cuisine that we prepare every day in order to continue to pamper the palate of those who visit us.
We opened our doors in February 1968 thanks to the Cuban family Hernandez and Garcia, from the first day until today, we are located at 4041 NW 7 ST, 33126 address that belongs to the unique city of the Sun.
We identify with the good service and the quality of our dishes, when our customers arrive, they receive the best attention, and once they taste our potent dishes and unmatched desserts, it is inevitable that they want to return.
Our menu based mostly on typical Cuban food, also offers the most requested dishes of international food.
Food was so bad. My husband and I went early on a Thursday night. They served mariquitas on the table instead of bread. I ordered the grilled octopus as an appetizer and it came out too fast. It was slightly warm and tasted like it had been cooked yesterday. I ordered the palomilla steak with no flavor, so then I asked for chimichurri sauce, which was tasted old and also flavorless. My husband ordered the filet mignon which also came out the kitchen rather too fast and was grossly undercooked. He said the flavor was so bad he couldn't eat it. The moro rice was cold and tasted like it was microwaved and made 2 days ago. This was our first and last time here. Never again! My husband is not a complainer, but the waitress should have noticed that he didn't eat his steak and asked him about it. Terrible service also.
Friends came to visit and we took them to La Rosa. They wanted Cuban food and this place did not disappoint. The place was very nice and clean. We did not have to wait long. Wait time was about 5 minutes. We were seated and were tended to nicely. Our main platters were Palomilla steak and Oxtail stew. Both dishes were accompanied with rice and fried plantain chips. The taste was amazing for both dishes. The service is awesome and friendly staff. You will love this place if you are a lover of Cuban food.
The food here is so amazing! Definitely our number one pick in the future when we are back in Miami. Lamb shank (Friday special) is fall off the bone tender and increasingly delicious. And the seafood in creole sauce is phenomenal. Every bite amazing and so tasty. We got the rice and bean side and the sweet plantains and they are great as well!
The mojitos are spot on perfection!
For dessert, we got the tree leches and the Panetela Cubana con Helado. Both so amazing that we could barely decide which one we liked more!
I travel for work, so I tend to sit at the bar area at any restaurant I go to so that I'm not taking up a table that could be better used. I sat at the bar for about 10 minutes before being acknowledged by any of the staff. They walked past me multiple times, but never said anything until I finally asked them if it was ok for me to be sitting here.
I ordered a drink and appetizer, the mojito was perfect, and the Conch Fritters were great! My meal was also great, though the steak was slightly over cooked.
Once I got my food, I was never spoke to again until I got one of the servers attention to pay. Unfortunately the process of paying was the quickest they returned to me.
I am rating the 3 stars strictly on the service based on the fact that the restaurant was not busy.
Living in New England, my friends and I had an 8 hour layover at Miami international airport and really wanted Cuban food, so I looked through yelp and found this hidden gem and we were very impressed and the food was amazing!! And customer service was spot on:) next time I'm in Miami, I will definitely come back!