Jorge Castillo: The décor here is a little dated the building could use a fresh coat of paint, but we never judge a restaurant by appearances alone.
Raúl Musibay: Some of the best restaurants are in strip malls!
Jorge Castillo: Here you will find home-style Cuban food prepared in an atmosphere that caters to the whole family.
Glenn Lindgren: If you are staying in Orlando not "on property" at one of the theme parks, Numero Uno makes a great change of pace from the typical restaurants downtown and along International Boulevard.
Jorge Castillo: When chicken is roasted correctly, the white meat is just as juicy as the dark. Numero Uno's slow roasted garlic chicken borders on perfect.
Raúl Musibay: You get a half chicken with a crispy skin perfectly seasoned.
Glenn Lindgren: With a thick, richly textured frijoles negros, white rice, and plátanos maduros, the chicken plate makes a very filling meal.
Jorge Castillo: A nice feature here is that the restaurant is completely smoke free. In Cuba, my father never smoked at the dinner table! Eating a good meal and smoking a good cigar were two completely separate pursuits.
Glenn Lindgren: The beef and pork dishes are the star attractions here. The lechón asado, the ropa vieja, and the picadillo are notable.
Jorge Castillo: I found the arroz con pollo to be tasty and filling. You get a generous serving of chicken chunks in a delicate yellow rice with just the right amount of seasoning. The rice is moist without being soupy.
PRICES: Entrees priced from $9.95$25.95, cheaper at lunch.
BAR: Beer and Wine