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Armando's Restaurant Review: A mother-daughter team from Cuba runs this energetic spot with bright, connected dining rooms. Good breakfasts include nopalitos (tender cactus leaves) cooked with eggs, green peppers and onions, and huevos rancheros. A lunch buffet is offered every day, and the menu is full of reasonably priced Mexican and Cuban dishes, including tortas, tamales, enchiladas and tostados. Complete meals such as seafood tacos with pico de gallo as well as steak or chicken fajitas, burritos and enchiladas, are served with rice and beans. Also on the menu: combination plates, all of which are priced under $12. Dinners are more expensive and range from steaks, shrimp, crab and lobster to the classics, like shrimp broiled in garlic sauce, and steak covered with Spanish sauce and fried plantains. Diners who want to avoid meat will find a nice selection of vegetable sides. Family-style dishes are available, as are kids’ items. Tres leches, flan and fried ice cream are among desserts. Expect a short wine list, a slightly longer selection of beers and an assortment of margaritas, daiquiris, mojitos and sangría. There’s a carryout menu, and a large banquet room for events.