Enter Palomilla Grill and find yourself surrounded by ceramic trinkets and sunflower paintings that evoke the sensation of a faraway island. The setting is rich with lingering memories and remnants of hearty conversation. This is the kind of place where families go to spend time together and laugh over savory Cuban meals prepared by able hands. Some of the seat cushions are still even wrapped in plastic, just like abuela's. Sure, you'll want to try the signature palomilla steak ($11.25), but no proper Cuban meal is complete without flan for dessert. It's made in house, and you can practically taste the love in each bite. The soft, caramel notes melt on your tongue and get your taste buds dancing to the beat of Celia Cruz's "Azucar!" Basically, if your abuelita doesn't have her own top-secret flan recipe, she should be infiltrating Palomilla Grill to get her hands on this one.