Jorge Castillo: Other highlights are the enchilado de camarónes, a good serving of tender shrimp in a delicious tomato-based creole sauce and the Medio Pollo a la Plancha – one half chicken roasted with an abundance of garlic.
Glenn Lindgren: Desserts are not their strong point, but the guava cheesecake is a refreshing end to a hearty Cuban lunch or dinner.
Raúl Musibay: Check out the daily specials. The Chicken Fricassee on Wednesdays is great!
Raúl Musibay: We do this wandering if we happen to be on the southern end of Duval. If you're in Mallory Square you'll want to take a cab!
Glenn Lindgren: What you'll find in this otherwise residential neighborhood is a nice little family run restaurant.
Jorge Castillo: The place is definitely more Key West funky, than fancy. However, the food is very good and the portions are more than adequate.
Glenn Lindgren: Best of all, the crowd at El Siboney is a lot more subdued than that group you left at Captain Tony's!
Glenn Lindgren: Although you may find the black beans served here with yellow rice, most of the dishes do not stray far from their classic Cuban roots.
HOURS: Daily 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
PRICES: Most entrees in the $10 range, seafood dishes slightly higher.
DRESS: Very Casual
BAR: Wine and Beer Only