Raúl Musibay: The lechón asado is very good, tender and cooked perfectly.

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!

Jorge Castillo: Whenever we get a little tired of the hustle and bustle of Mallory Square and Duval street, we like to wander up Catherine Street to El Siboney Cuban Restaurant.

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!

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Raúl Musibay: El Siboney features a very comprehensive menu of Cuban favorites.

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.

Two great plates of lechón asado. Our favorite is the one on the left with yuca and a tamal. The maduros are great here too!
The Great Chieftain El Siboney looks over the dining room and this great plate of Enchilado de Camarónes.

El Siboney

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

CARDS: None

WEBSITE: elsiboneyrestaurant.com

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El Siboney
900 Catherine Street
Key West, FL 33040
305-296-4184
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