Despite reading previous chowhound postings on Cafe Habana which raved about the mojitos and had mixed feedback on dinner, my wife and I ventured on Sunday afternoon to try this place with a friend.
My wife enjoyed a delicious Cubano sandwich (shredded roast pork) mixed with mayo, pickles, and spices in a panini like bread. I also had the Catalunya Quiche which was a simple combination of eggs, potatos, and onions and a side order of chorizo sausage. It would have been too bland without the chorizo. For drinks, we had guava juice and a cup of coffee, and only paid about $12 per person including tax and tip.
The atmosphere was hip and relaxed with Buena-Vista Social Club music in the background. It wasn't too busy and had the feel of a cute neighborhood bistro. I would recommend this place for a casual and relaxing Sunday brunch that won't cost a fortune.