Corby Kummer is wrong in his Vanity Fair Article, but first…. a little Havana in Alameda
Habanas Cuban Cuisine in Alameda is great. I was nervous walking in simply because we were the only ones in the place mid-saturday morning. Knowing we were there in the bright light of day, I excused the unfinished concrete flooring and obvious skin-deep upgrades for decor and took a seat in the dining room.
I settled in while Mikey ordered a sparkling Mojito. I thought, “here we go with the gimmicks!” Both of us were in the mood for a pressed sandwich so we decided to share a Cuban and a Ropa Vieja and start with an order of Boniato Garlic Fries.
OH, HOW I WAS WRONG.
The boniato fries arrived piping hot with chopped garlic and salt tossed amongst the thin-cut, crunchy fries. In a small ramekin along the side is a Chimichuri Aioli, garlicky, herbaceous and a touch sweet.
Get the Cuban sandwich at Habanas in Alameda.
Our server told us it gets busier shortly after noon. I should hope so, Habanas is serving up some great flavors and is completely reasonably priced.
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