This is a small cute local neighborhood cafe with hime style food. The empanadas were authentic and fresh.
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We were in town for a conference last year and found this hidden gem. We couldn't wait to come back into town so we could visit again. And we were not disappointed. We order the skirt steak with chimichurri and it's the best in town....More
We stayed nearby at the El Paseo Hotel (another great SoBe find, BTW!) and wanted authentic Latin food. Cafe Charlotte was recommended by the desk clerk at the hotel - he said it was good, better than the more touristy draws on Espanola Way. We...More
Food was good and the prices reasonable. The owner was very helpful and recommended dishes. We were initially put off by the restaurant being practically empty but that turned out to be a plus since it was quiet unlike the rest of the neighborhood restaurants
Not a ton ambiance and a sort of a weird menu (mix of Latin and Italian). But oh...was the food good! I had a simple Chicken Marsala and it was so good I seriously considered coming back the next night and ordering exactly the same...More
Amazing desserts and great customer service. We spent a lot of time trying to choose what to order and the owner was very patient and helpful in helping us choose. Everything was delicious!
My husband said (jokingly) not to review because if people knew how good the mussels marinara and skirt steak were and how reasonable the prices, it would be overrun and we would note be able to get in. Family run, friendly and a good selection...More
Very relaxing and authentic atmosphere. There was so much food to choose from and they were pretty helpful making suggestions. Mostly has Venezualan cuisine but also has a little of other ethnicities. Empanadas are quite tasty!