Authentic Cuban cuisine is on the menu at Paladar. Dishes like empanadas, grilled or stewed meats, plantains, and paella are prepared to perfection. The atmosphere is warm and the service is very helpful and friendly. Great for people who are new to Cuban cuisine. Enjoy live music on the weekends.
(Update: Now known as Pleasant House Pub, with an expanded menu as well as a selection of specialty beers and a full bar.) Pleasant House Bakery is a small café offering their own recipe of British-inspired, locally sourced meat pies (aka "Royal Pies"), as well as deliciously prepared fish and chips. The flaky crusts, plentiful savory fillings, and welcoming attitudes are sure to please.
As with so many culinary innovations, it is unclear when and where donuts originated, but they may have been around since Biblical times — in the Book of Leviticus there is a mention of “cakes mingled with oil, of fine flour, fried.”.
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