Puerto Sagua

Restaurants, Cuban South Beach
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Puerto Sagua
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Photograph: Courtesy CC/Flickr/Chris Goldberg

The best place for breakfast on Collins is this trad (as in authentically old, rather than retro) Cuban diner. Choose from a long list of set combinations, many of which give change from six bucks. Later in the day, an entertaining mix of old-time Cubanos, hip-hop kids and beach bums drop by for arroz con pollo (chicken and rice), ham croquettes and fried pork chops, better known as chuletas.

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Venue name: Puerto Sagua
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Address: 700 Collins Ave
Miami

Cross street: at 7th St
Opening hours: Daily 7am-2am
Transport: Bus C, H, K, W, South Beach Local
Price: Main courses $7–$30
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I was bummed to discover they hardly serve any cuban food before 11, really. I asked for the lunch menu at 10:30, because I was here on a layover and had to catch a plane soon, and was told no. I asked for the most quintessential cuban breakfast and they gave me an omelette with ham, onion and bell peppers. At least the cuban coffee was good! If you are here for breakfast, get some of their pastries on the counter, I guess