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Restaurants & Bars

Los Flamingos - Noe Street

Philip | Sep 29, 200405:45 PM     5

My partner and I tried the new Mexican/Cuban restaurant on Noe Street in the old Thai House location. We shared the Arroz Con Pollo and a number of sides: sweet plantains, beans & rice and yucca. Sorry, I forgot the Spanish names for some of the dishes.

The side dishes were OK (nothing special), but the Arroz Con Pollo was great. It was served as a stew with lots of bone-in chicken pieces, rice, red pepper strips and peas? in a flavorful broth.

There are also lots of beef and pork dishes on the Cuban half of the menu. Didn't really examine the Mexican items too thoroughly.

They've been open since Friday, had a crazy first weekend, were closed on Monday to train new staff and was less than half-full when we went for a late dinner on Tuesday.

The food was good, entree prices $10 or below. We definitely be back.

According the a paper sign on the door, there will be limited hours until mid-October.

Corner of Noe & Henry Streets.

Philip

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