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Cha Cha Cha

415-648-0504  •  $$
ADDRESS: 2327 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110
CUISINE: Small Plates, Caribbean/Tropical, Cuban, Late-Night Dining, Tapas
FEATURES: Entertainment, Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
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At the Cuban tapas restaurant Cha Cha Cha, tightly packed tables, live music and an open kitchen can make for a noisy dining experience. The crowd wouldn't have it any other way, though. Banana trees; plastic, tropical-themed tablecloths; and "artifacts" such as dolls and toys are irreverently kitschy, and the young and the fashionable line up at the door. Lunch sandwiches are served on French bread with meats such as spicy pork, Cajun fish and Cuban-style skirt steak. At dinner, pitchers of sangria are paired with tapas such as black mussels steamed in saffron sauce, pork quesadillas, fried new potatoes, and mushrooms sautéed in garlic, sherry sauce and olive oil.  Entrees have included roasted marinated chicken sauteed with red peppers, peas, olives and yellow rice and served with black beans.  




"Lively, informal neighborhood spot, sunny during the day, grungy at night, serving inexpensive tapas inspired by Caribbean (jerk chicken), Cuban (sautéed plantains) and Cajun-Creole (Cajun shrimp) cooking." 
— SF Weekly
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Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Late-night Fri–Sat.

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At the Cuban tapas restaurant Cha Cha Cha, tightly packed tables, live music and an open kitchen can make for a noisy dining experience. The crowd wouldn't have it any other way, though. Banana trees; plastic, tropical-themed tablecloths; and "artifacts" such as dolls and toys are irreverently kitschy, and the young and the fashionable line up at the door. Lunch sandwiches are served on French bread with meats such as spicy pork, Cajun fish and Cuban-style skirt steak. At dinner, pitchers of sangria are paired with tapas such as black mussels steamed in saffron sauce, pork quesadillas, fried new potatoes, and mushrooms sautéed in garlic, sherry sauce and olive oil.  Entrees have included roasted marinated chicken sauteed with red peppers, peas, olives and yellow rice and served with black beans.  




 
"Lively, informal neighborhood spot, sunny during the day, grungy at night, serving inexpensive tapas inspired by Caribbean (jerk chicken), Cuban (sautéed plantains) and Cajun-Creole (Cajun shrimp) cooking." 
— SF Weekly
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Late-night Fri–Sat.

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