I'm from Miami Florida and can tell you they have authentic Cuban and Pernil sandwiches. Also the fried yuca and tostones are also awesome. You won't be disappointed.
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My wife and I recently spent a day in Albuquerque to catch a flight home the next morning. We decided to try something local and ethnic for lunch. We happen to stumble on the Guava Tree Cafe. Wow, what a find. This may be one...More
Guava Tree café specializes in Latin American (e. g., Cuban) sandwiches. They're really tasty. But it's a small, tight place -- so best to plan on eating outdoors or taking your order with you.
I love going here every time. I try to recommend it to everyone asks of places to go in Albuquerque. More people should visit this gym. The menu is small and easy to handle with great food no matter what you order. Everyone who works...More
I at lunch at this small cafe/restaurant twice over the period of a few days. The handmade arepas are delicious and I could easily eat here every day. I enjoyed dining alfresco and being a block or two off of Central Avenue made for a...More
Staff are very accommodating--willing to explain items on the menu, make slight adjustments if needed and give a taste before ordering. Tasty sauces; nice smoothies; unique ingredients.
Guava Tree was our favorite meal while traveling in New Mexico. The quality of ingredients is very good, and the flavor combinations are fantastic. They make authentic foods with a small gourmet twist. Additionally they have wonderful vegetarian choices, which is hard to find with...More
Went is Sunday morning, after reading all the awesome reviews, im really no impressed place was too crowded for the personnel they have, so i waited 45 min for a Cuban Sandwich, which was ok, not the best like all those reviews said, consider i...More
We had excellent authentic Cuban sandwiches in a quirky environment. Would definitely return when in Albuquerque. The staff was helpful, but I wish my Spanish was better. The yucca fries were quite delicious.
Guava Tree has become my "go to" place in Albuquerque when I'm hungry for a Cubano. In my opinion, it's the best I've ever had...and the sandwich is always consistently great. Had dinner there with my wife, daughter, and son-in-law and all the other menu...More