If you've never been here, you're missing out. I've only had cuban sandwiches at Publix before, but these are not even in the same universe. Crispy, hot, and fresh. They are buttery and delectable with welcome tartness of pickle and authentic spices. Very tasty sandwiches for a great price. Friendly staff and fast service. Two thumbs way up!!!
Posted: 9/28/2011 • Link to this review
As many long term Atlantans will tell you, Korner Kitchen was the place to get the best cubans in town for many years. We tried Papi's in hopes to fill the void left behind when korner kitchen closed its doors forever. The food was alright. My fiance's cuban was disappointing, but my Caribbean jerk chicken was good! Our server was very strange and reminded us of Learch from the Adam's Family. We waited a long time for our bill even though the place was not crowded at the time.
Posted: 6/26/2009 • Link to this review
Good food; have enjoyed the Cuban sandwich as well as one of the specials. After several visits, I'd say the food is consistent, the service adequate, but parking (like much in mid/downtown, spotty. Also, the place gets very crowded at lunchtime, so best to go for lunch early or late. Food can take awhile to come out and the place generally feels a bit crowded (go downstairs for a table if you can), but it's usually worth the wait.
Posted: 11/04/2008 • Link to this review
i have been looking for cuban food for a while. They now have THREE locations!! midtown, stockbridge and a new one in kennesaw!! the food is amazing and they now have live music on the weekends....they are always packed...go early, often and hungry...try their catering as well....food is awesome!!
Posted: 3/08/2008 • Link to this review
This is very good food. If you're tired of just having Mexican food when you want to eat Spanish food, go to Papi's. I am Puerto Rican and so Cuban food is much like what I'm used to. I give this restaurant an A+.
Posted: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I love this place! If you're looking for authentic Cuban food, this is the place. It tastes just like my grandmother's cooking. Plus, they have batidos de mamey, which I always have a really hard time finding outside of Miami.
Posted: 2/26/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review