|Appetizers||Salads/Ensaladas||Soups /Sopas||Entrées/Platos Fuertes||Pork/Cerdo||Beef/Carnes|
|Camarones Envuelto en Bacon: Jumbo Shrimp wrapped with apple wood bacon topped with garlic citrus sauce||$16|
|Tamal Frito: Grilled fresh Corn Tamale with beef and pork served with sautéed onions||$8|
|Croquetas de Jamón (3): Ham Croquettes and accompanied by our salsa rosa, with a special zing!||$7|
|Papa Rellena: Potato Ball stuffed with ground beef, deliciously seasoned accompanied by our red chimichurri sauce||$5|
|Empanadas (2): Choice of chicken or beef||$8|
|Maduros Envueltos en Bacon: Sweet plantains wrapped in bacon||$10|
|Macitas de Cerdo Fritas: Lean pork cubes fried to the perfect tenderness||$8|
|Chorizos al Vino: Grilled Sausage sautéed with green olives and roasted red peppers||$10|
|Camarones al Ajillo: Jumbo Shrimp sauteed in a white wine, garlic-butter sauce||$15|
|Cuba to Westfield: Sample platter of empanadas, croquetas, chorizo, macitas de puerco and yuca topped with our Creole mojo||$25|
|Add your choice: chicken $5, steak $10, shrimp $7, avocado, $3|
|Ensalada Tropical: Romaine lettuce topped with mango, pineapple, and tomato, served with 1958’s vinaigrette||$11|
|Ensalada de Aguacate: Avocado salad with tomato and red onions (when available)||$11|
|House Salad: Mixed greens, cucumber, tomato and red onions served with 1958’s vinaigrette||$10|
|Sopa De Frijoles Negros: Black bean soup||$6|
|Chef’s Soup Choice of the Day: Check with your server for the soup of the day!||$7|
Served with your choice of two sides: white rice, black beans, congrí, sweet plantains, tostones, or yuca with mojo.
|Lechon Asado: Roast pork, a trademark of the Cuban cuisine, seasoned with a traditional marinade and roasted to perfection||$20|
Certified Angus Beef
|Ropa Vieja: Shredded flank steak, cooked with the Cuban trinity (sweet peppers, garlic and onion) in a tomato sauce||$20|
|Vaca Frita: Pan fried shredded flank steak sautéed with onions, garlic, cooked with mojo criollo sauce||$20|
|Churrasco a La Cubana (12 oz): Certified natural Angus skirt steak, charbroiled to juicy tenderness and topped with a Chimichurri sauce||$25|
|Bistec de Palomilla: Top sirloin steak cooked to perfection and smothered with sautéed onions||$20|
|Rabo Encendido: Oxtail stew braised in the chef’s flavorful marinade, served in a red wine demi-glace||$25|
|Boliche Mechado: Roast Beef stuffed with chorizo and cooked to perfect tenderness served au jus||$22|
|Bistec Empanizado: Breaded Top Sirloin Steak cooked to a golden crisp and topped with sautéed onions||$22|
|Bistec de Pollo: Grilled chicken breast marinated with tropical seasonings and topped with caramelized onions||$17|
|Camarones Enchilado: Jumbo shrimp in a zesty Creole sauce||$24|
|Salmon A La Plancha: Fresh salmon fillet on the grill topped with a cilantro pesto sauce||$25|
|Mahi Mahi: Grilled Mahi Mahi served with a an avocado-chile salsa and yellow rice||$25|
|Paella Cubana: Shrimp, scallops, mussels, clams, chicken, chorizo, peas, peppers, olives, and saffron rice||$29|
|Camarones al Ajillo: Jumbo shrimp sauteed in a white wine garlic-butter sauce||$24|
|Please ask your server about our gluten free options.
Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
|All drinks $3:
|San Pellegrino Sparkling Natural Mineral Water (750 ML)||$6|
|El Cafecito – Cuban Espresso||$3|
|Café con leche/Latte – Espresso coffee with milk||$4.50|
|Cortadito – Espresso with a splash of milk||$3.95|
|El Pecado – Espresso with a hint of condensed milk||$3.50|
|Chocolate caliente/hot chocolate||$3|
|Chicken fingers with fries||$9|
|Steak with fries||$9|
|Tres Leches: Plain cake dipped in a delicious combination of three milks||$7|
|Flan: Traditional flan||$7|
|Churros: Sweet treat made of fried dough and sprinkled with sugar; inherited by Cubans from Spain||$3|
|Cascos de guayaba con queso: Guava shells served with cream cheese||$6|
|Pudin de Coco: Coconut bread pudding||$6|
A year full of nostalgia, memories and contradictions…
It was the last year that the Cuban people existed as a whole on the island.
Since then, more than 1 million Cubans have taken to the roads of the world looking for a new home.
We came to New Jersey and made it our home. Here we raised our children who now have children of their own. We have preserved the heritage given to us by our forefathers.
Here at 1958 Cuban Cuisine, we would like to share with you some of that heritage: our delicious food, our intoxicating music and some of our magnificent sights.