Grab a table by the wall at Malanga Café and admire the handwritten messages from visitors past raving about the authentic fare and atmosphere. Using homemade recipes for every dish, it's no wonder this South Dixie Highway restaurant has grown such a following:
• $12 for $25 to spend on food and drink
• Open daily for lunch and dinner
Inspired by Old Havana, this Pinecrest outpost serves up a zesty spread of Cuban and Spanish mainstays. Start with lightly fried sausage croquettes or malanga fritters and cuban nachos before digging into flat-grilled chicken or a juicy Angus burger stuffed with blue cheese. Malanga is famous for its pan con lechon -- a salty roasted pork sandwich served on thick baguette bread -- which pairs perfectly with fried plantains or boiled yucca. Challenge your companions to an after-dinner game of cubilete (Spanish dice) or take in the lively music while you dine away on a meal you'll never forget.
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Old Culture Meets a Modern Atmosphere with Delicious Fare