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Havana Spice Cafe: A $19 Steak and Good-bye Hangover

Havana Spice Cafe's cure for the common hangover: pan con bistec.
Havana Spice Cafe's cure for the common hangover: pan con bistec.
John Zur

You know the feeling. You wake up

dehydrated from the inside out, disoriented, and.... hungry. You need of a

hearty meal and strong cup of coffee to knock last night's alcohol

intake out of your system.

You're in luck. Located off US-1, near

Dadeland, Havana Spice Cafe is open for breakfast on Saturday and

Sunday mornings beginning at 9 a.m.


On the breakfast menu, served from

opening until 1 p.m., the huevos con bistec includes homefries and

two hearty, pre-buttered pieces of toasted Cuban bread (served with pre-packaged jelly). You have a choice between: 4 oz. palomilla ($9.99), 8 oz.

palomilla ($12.99), 7 oz. churrasco ($13.99), and 12 oz. churrasco

($18.99). I chose the 4 oz. palomilla with two eggs over easy, as

suggested by our friendly server who was prompt and brought extra

napkins to the table without us asking. You can add cheese ($.99),

substitute home fries with French fries ($.99), or substitute egg

whites ($1.99).

It

wasn't a thick steak, as the 4 oz. might suggest, but it was tender. The

over easy eggs were nice and runny. The "home fries," as described

on the menu, are actually well-seasoned, roasted potatoes: a welcome

surprise.

Cafe con leche: you control your espresso intake.
Cafe con leche: you control your espresso intake.
John Zur

With the steak and eggs plate, a cafe

con leche (regular $1.99, medium $2.89, large $3.79) was ordered. It

came out with piping hot steamed milk in a coffee cup, and

espresso brought in a tiny silver pot. Havana Spice Cafe also offers

decaf espresso, but who wants that?!

The tres leches with cherry on top.
The tres leches with cherry on top.
John Zur

This detox delight was

topped off with a tres leches ($3.99), which is a moist sponge cake

made with three milks (whole milk, evaporated milk, and sweetened

condensed milk), chilled, and served with whipped cream and a cherry

on top.

When you're coming out of your night of intoxicated

escapades, you want a relaxing, Sunday morning atmosphere without screaming kids,

lines out the door, strollers, or overpriced food. Havana Spice Cafe

is that place.

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Havana Spice Cafe - Closed

9050 S. Dixie Highway
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305-670-5591

www.havanaspicecafe.com


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