Cuabn Coffee - Available hot or iced!
An essential part of the day, Cuban Coffee has earned a reputation for being strong.
Café Cubano (ka fay) (cue ba know) (Cafecito) ($1.25 each)
A thimble size shot of Cuban coffee. (2oz.)
Café Con Leche (Cuban Style Latte) ($3.50 each)
Cuban coffee infused with milk. (12oz.)
Cortadito (Mini-Size Cuban Style Latte) ($3.00 each)
Cuban coffee infused with milk. (6oz.)
A cup of Cuban coffee designed for sharing in thimble sized portions with friends. (4oz.)
1lb bag of Pilon Cuban whole bean gourmet coffee ($12)
10oz. vaccum packed Pilon Cuban ground gourmet coffee ($6.25)
Hola Cuban Café only uses Café Pilon whole beans, packed fresh and ground to order. That’s right – we don’t ground your coffee until you ask for it. That’s FRESH! Pilon Restaurant Blend’s rich flavor and smooth texture satisfies the most experienced and knowledgeable coffee lovers. Café Pilon: THE coffee of Hola Cuban Café.
Breakfast Empanada ($3.25 each)
Dough stuffed with scrambled eggs, ham and Swiss cheese.
Pastelitos ($1.85 each) Delicate, flaky puff pastries filled with a variety of savory or sweet fillings. Beef, cheese, guava or guava & cheese.
Croqueta Sandwich ($4.67)
Choice of ham, chicken or cheese croquetas, pressed with Swiss cheese on Cuban bread.
Papa Rellena ($2.50 – 4 per order)
Mashed potato stuffed with beef filling.
Croquetas (crow kay tas) ($1.00 each)
Lightly breaded rolls with chicken, ham or cheese fillings.
Tostada Cubana con Mantequilla (toes ta da) ($1.50)
Toasted Cuban bread with butter, is made for dipping into your Café con Leche. Muy rico! (add Swiss cheese for $.50)
Snacks & Sides
Black Bean Soup ($4.00)
A delicious family recipe, this healthy, low fat snack is both simple and tasty.
Empanadas ($3.25 each)
Pastries stuffed with savory or sweet fillings. Ask about today’s special.
Papa Rellena ($3.25 – 4 per order)
Mashed potato stuffed with beef filling. Dip them in our signature mojo dipping sauce.
Tostones (toes toe ness) ($3.00 – 5 per order)
Green plantains fried to a golden crisp for Cuba’s version of the potato chip! Dip them in our signature mojo dipping sauce.
Yuca ($3.00 – 5 per order)
Cassava root fried to a golden crisp for Cuba’s version of potato fries! Dip them in our signature mojo dipping sauce.
Beef Stuffed Yuca ($3.25 – 3 per order)
Cassava root stuffed with beef fried to a golden crisp. Dip them in our signature mojo dipping sauce.
Maduros (ma du rows) ($3.00 – 5 per order)
A sweet tender order of fried plantains.
Croquetas (crow kay tas) ($1.00 each)
A delicious beginning to a Cuban meal, try these lightly breaded rolls with great fillings. Chicken, Ham or Cheese.
The Cuban ($7.50)
You simply cannot go wrong with a Classic! Tavern ham, slow roasted pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard on Cuban bread.
Media Noche (the Midnight) ($7.50)
A common meal for workers getting off the midnight shift in the cigar factories and sugar mills in Cuba, this sandwich always hits the spot. Tavern ham, roasted pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard on sweet bread.
Croqueta Preparada Sandwich ($8.00)
Call it gluttony or sheer culinary genius, it’s hard to argue with the end result. Choice of ham, chicken or cheese croquetas, pressed with ham, roasted pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard on Cuban bread.
Pan con Lechon ($7.50)
A layer of shredded roasted pork is topped with garlicky mojo sauce for an acidic tang on Cuban bread. Simple and delicious. (add Swiss cheese for $.50)
Cuban Grilled Cheese ($7.50)
An Hola! Cuban Café original designed for our vegetarian friends. Swiss cheese and sweet plantains on your choice of sweet or regular Cuban bread. Please allow extra time to prepare this delicious menu item.
The classic custard pudding every Cuban grew up enjoying.
Tres Leches (trays lay che) ($3.75)
A cake drenched in three milks - condensed, evaporated and heavy cream.
Crispy fried dough lightly coated in sugar and cinnamon.
Iron Beer ($1.25)
On a summer’s afternoon, in 1917 a mule-drawn, wooden wagon arrived at a popular cafeteria in Havana, Cuba. It delivered the first four cases of a new soft drink that would soon be called "Cuba’s National Beverage". It is enjoyed for its refreshing flavor with just a hint of island spices.
The Materva Soft Drink Company was founded in Matanzas, Cuba, in 1920. It was produced and sold in Cuba until 1960, when the Cuban Revolution brought about the nationalization of all private industry. But like all things Cuban, this “Best Local Soft Drink” made it 90 miles to freedom. This traditional Cuban soda, made from an herb called Yerba Mate, tastes like a sparkling tea soda with a cream finish.
(hoo-peen-yah) is pineapple soda pop. Its name is a contraction of "Jugo de Piña" or pineapple juice. It has to be one of the sweetest sodas in the world. Its sweetness and intense pineapple flavor make it a great choice when eating something salty or fatty.
Malta Hatuey, Coconut Water, Guava Nectar, Mango Nectar, Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper, Orange Juice, Apple Juice and Bottled Water. ($1.25)