When Cubans of Chinese heritage came to the city after the Cuban revolution, they brought this hybrid “Chino-Latino” cuisine with them. It’s an interesting concept, but the Latino side of the menu is far better than the Chinese here—whether you order the chopped beef with yellow rice, the excellent avocado salad, or Dominican chicken with rice ($7.50). Solid food and wonderfully affordable.
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Flor de Mayo
2651 Broadway (btw 100th and 101st Sts.).
Our Rating Neighborhood Upper West Side Hours Daily noon–midnight. Transportation Subway: 1 to 103rd St. Subway: 1 to 86th St.Insomnia Cookies [S] Large, soft, cookies, in 12 flavors (including snickerdoodle and chocolate chunk) and heated to just the right temperature are sold here, along with nonalcoholic beverages. Subway: 1, 2, or 3 to 86th St Phone 212/343-9922 Prices Main courses $5–$19 (most under $14) Cuisine Type Cuban/Chinese Web site Flor de Mayo Other Also at 484 Amsterdam Ave. (btw. 83rd and 84th sts.).
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