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.
So this is the 2nd day in a row have dined at La Rosa. Suggested by the Concierage at our nearby hotel...oh my, so delicious. Loved the cod in tomato, the braised oxtails and the shrimp enchilados o al Ajillo, the sides were yummy and everything was plentiful. The fresh plantain chips served when seated were fresh and delicious. If you want a flavor filled, robust meal, this is your place. Enjoyed a good red wine, Cune Rioja also. Desserts are yummy... so many choices, so little time. Excellent, friendly servers make you feel like family.
Unethical establishment. Placed an order with them, and literally had to cancel right away (seconds later) due to circumstances. They refused to refund my money. There is no way that they had actually begun to prepare my food in that amount of time. So they basically stole my money. No offer to give me a credit or provide an order at a later time. They basically stole my money - refused to credit it back, although there is no way they had actually started to prepare the food already. Disgusting. They earned themselves an awful review, plus I'll be contesting with my credit card company.
What a gem this place is. In a city like Miami saturated with Cuban restaurants and cafeterias, lots of them although mediocre, truly overrated due to their somewhat famous name. Well I'm a Cuban born and raised until my late teens so not only do I know good Cuban food, I am also a fan. I love that stuff. La Rosa Restaurant took me by surprise and ever since I tried it I was in love first, then totally hooked later once I found they deliver to my house. I literally ordered every day for a week to try their weekly specials which are to die for. Everything from their "carne con papas", to their "rabo encendido" and other Cuban cuisine classics are executed flawlessly. Portions are huge and you can actually go and have a sit down lunch or dinner in a good restaurant setting, with tastefully set tables with linens and glassware. There is plenty of parking since the restaurant is in a stand alone building with surrounding parking all their own. Service is equally good. I cannot stress it enough, GO and be surprised like me. You'll love it!
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!
In for dinner on a Thursday at 7:30.
First time there.
Nice place but VERY NOISY.
Good menu with something for everyone.
Glass of Pinot Noir $ 7.50
Calamares Fritos $ 7.99
Tasty but small portion for the price.
Churrasco a la Parrilla $ 24.99
Grilled Prime Skirt Steak.
Comes with 2 sides.
Cooked just right.
Solomillo de puerco relleno "La Rosa" $ 23.99
Pork Tenderloin stuffed with ham, sausage
and covered with a white cheese.
Comes with 2 sides.
Good portion but VERY DRY.
Our server "Armando" could have done much better.
Ordered a side of plantains but was never delivered.
NO GRATUITY ADDED TO BILL.
Suggested percentage at bottom of bill.
Want to go back for the Cuban roasted pork.
Being one of the daily specials, it was sold out.