Puerto Sagua Restaurant
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Hardeep NHardeep N
19:48 17 Dec 22
Absolutely loved this restaurant! It has a real old throwback feel to it and feels way more authentic than the other busy Cuban restaurants around South Beach. You can tell that there is more of a local clientele as well as tourists alike. The prices are super reasonable too, the service was good and the food was tasty. The Cuban sandwich is superb! The bread is ace!
Vivek SharmaVivek Sharma
19:29 08 Sep 22
Went here back in June 2022 when we were in town for a night before a cruise. This place has been on my list to visit ever since I heard the late chef Carl Ruiz mention it on a radio show/podcast. We were not disappointed at all. The food was fantastic. We were sat right away and the servers were great. I cannot wait to go back when I visit Miami next.
Jen TranJen Tran
06:27 16 Jul 22
Recommended by a friend as the best Cuban food we would ever have. Since it’s really the only Cuban food we have had, I guess it was the best. It was delicious. My son ordered the Cuban sandwich. My husband had a tuna sandwich and J had the oxtail stew. Meat fell off the bone. Great flavors and good portion sizes. I also liked the plantains. To top it off, I ordered a Cuban coffee with milk. I often drink Vietnamese Ice Coffees and people say those are strong. That is nothing next to the Cuban coffee. I only had a few sips and had the worst caffeine headache. We had to find a pharmacy for me to buy some advil.
Rhonda MartinRhonda Martin
22:37 30 Jun 22
When my family and I come to South Beach, we must eat at this fine restaurant! Roasted chicken with yellow rice, plantains is a great choice if you don’t want to wait 45 minutes. The chicken is seasoned to perfection. It has a hint of lime flavor. Excellent! Tostones, Cuban sandwich, steak sandwich are all very, very good. The white rice is super flavorful! The servers are wonderfully kind and the place is thoroughly clean, bathroom included. Love this spot!
Jamie OaklandJamie Oakland
10:57 26 Jan 22
Visited on a Tuesday afternoon and seated immediately outside (for 2).Ordered a large Cuban sandwich ($12), chicken fingers with fries ($15), a side salad with tomato ($6), and a vanilla milkshake ($6.50).Husband enjoyed the Cuban, and the other items were good also.Waitress was very kind and attentive. Food came out rather quickly.Unfortunately, when we sat down, some of the surfaces were not entirely clean, and we found several pieces of small hairs on the condiments bottles. Several pieces of lettuce in my salad were covered in dirt. While we did enjoy the meal overall, it didn’t feel very clean or sanitary to eat there.

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This amazing restaurant invites you to indulge your palate's cravings with every bite. Their fresh ingredients are elevated to be exquisitely refined in every way.


This amazing restaurant invites you to indulge your palate's cravings with every bite. Their fresh ingredients are elevated to be exquisitely refined in every way.


It is headed by Bravo’s Top Chef Season 13’s Winner, Chef Jeremy Ford. When the show was filmed, he was Jean-Georges Vongerichten's right-hand man at the Matador Room in Miami Beach. A Florida native, the 32-year-old chef also studied under Ludo Lefebvre in Los Angeles. He has been devoted to cooking since he met his maternal grandmother at the age of 14. 

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