Puerto Sagua Restaurant

305-673-1115
700 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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MONDAY:7:00AM-2:00AM
TUESDAY:7:00AM-2:00AM
WEDNESDAY:7:00AM-2:00AM
THURSDAY:7:00AM-2:00AM
FRIDAY:7:00AM-2:00AM
SATURDAY:7:00AM-2:00AM
SUNDAY:7:00AM-2:00AM

Message from the Business

Nestled amongst the ritz and glamour of South Beach is Puerto Sagua, a local Miami Beach Cuban restaurant. Puerto Sagua is the hangout for old-world Cubans, politicos, club kids and just about everyone visiting beautiful South Beach. Whether grabbing a quick jolt of Cuban coffee before a big day--or long night--or sitting down with family and friends for authentic Latin cuisine, you'll love what Puerto Sagua has to offer. Since 1968 they've served an extensive menu of Cuban delicacies from Media Noches and Lechon with Moros to Yuca and more. Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this Miami Beach Cuban restaurant boasts a casual atmosphere and very reasonable prices. For the ultimate Cuban dining experience in Miami Beach, visit Puerto Sagua today. "El Mejor Restaurante Cuban en la Playa."
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Top Sentiments among Puerto Sagua Restaurant Reviewers

Large Sandwich Cubano Classic cuban menu Delicious black bean Good Shredded beef Delicious fried plantains Tasty Fish soup Hearty breakfasts Nice seasoning Delicious cooked Excellent Puerco Fritas appetizer

Customer Reviews (17 reviews)

Maria Cara

on Citysearch Feb 18, 2010
I just had lunch here! The food is delicious! I will recommend sharing a dish if you are not that hungry to eat everything a dish comes with. (more)

CSMobileUser

on Citysearch Jul 02, 2009
The the whole menu is not to die for, but some dishes are totally worth the indifferent service expeience. Don't come here to get charmed come here for the pernil or ropa vieja with some rice and black beans... (more)

frank1982

on Citysearch Feb 16, 2009
Sure it may be some good cuban food, but the service given at the place is the worst! I mean there was this one waitress who would scream everytime she went from the dinning area where the tables are to the counter. God... (more)

Ana1820

on Citysearch Jan 27, 2009
i love this Cuban restaurant there coffee is the best also i like there food but i guess other people that have not been to Miami that often and also that they don't live here the love to talk trash about places they only... (more)

doubled76

on Citysearch Oct 27, 2008
we came because of the great review but the food is the worst cuban food. both chicken and beef Empanada were as dry as beef jerkies. the salad were plain and stale. how can anyone recommand this nasty place. please... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Aug 06, 2008
We were lucky to have found this gem of a restaurant in South Beach. Looks like it's been there a while and that's a great thing! We have ... (more)

Fernando H.

on Judys Book Dec 22, 2006
The company I work for bought several rations of paella for lunch for their employees and all of us waited anxiously for the highly rated paella for which this restaurant is famous for. At $20 per plate and expecting... (more)

htownhurricane

on Citysearch Dec 21, 2006
We live in a time where we judge resturants by everything except the most important contributer, the food. This place may not look like a 5 Star resturant but the food speaks for its self. The food is as Home made as you... (more)

Contributor

on Citysearch Jul 13, 2006
<b>In Short</b><br>The fluorescent-lit interior might be shabby, but Puerto Sagua is a favorite of local politicos, who congregate at the counter in the mornings to debate local, foreign and national policy over... (more)

asm775

on Citysearch Feb 19, 2006
My husband and I really enjoyed Puerto Sagua. It is worn and shabby, but that's what we were looking for after 5 hours of driving and just having checked into the hotel. The door is hard to open, so it was somewhat... (more)
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