Tucked amid the main street bustle of Broad Ripple Avenue, Taste of Havana is easy to miss but worth the stop. A steady stream of people flows in and out, ordering to go, choosing from many different types of authentic Cuban “sammiches” or a delicious Jorge original. Sweet plantains, a variety of “pastelitos” including guava and cream cheese and flan are just a few of the sides/desserts to choose from. The bread is extremely flavorful and practically melts in your mouth, overflowing with tender slices of meat and a number of other ingredients. The restaurant is small and there are plenty of seats as most opt to carry out. Bright colors and cartoon-like animals adorn the walls while Cuban music plays in the background. Vegetarian options are minimal, with only one sandwich offering roasted vegetables and a black bean soup, but this is an authentic Cuban sandwich place after all. Andale!