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Mojito Cafe menu in Atlanta, GA 30022
  • Mojito Cafe

  • Cuban Food, Latin American Food, Subs & Sandwiches, Coffee & Tea, Cuban, Sandwiches, Music Venues, Cocktail Bars
  • 9850 Nesbit Ferry Road Johns Creek GA, 30022
    - (5) EatStreet Rating
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  • Hours 11:00am - 9:00pm

Restaurant is not currently accepting online orders.

It will reopen tomorrow at 11:00am.

  • Appetizers
  • Chicharron de Pollo-Chicken Chunks Boneless chunks of chickens marinated in our garlic and tropical juice sauce, deep fried to a golden brown and served with our delicious garlic onions
  • Croquettes Paste Three croquettes fried to a golden brown Choice of ham or cheese.
  • Empanadas de Pollo o Carne Cuban turnovers filled with either chicken or ground beef
  • Fry Calamari Lighty breaded fried Calimari complemented with a small side of Yuca Fries
  • Mariquitas Green plantains thinly sliced and fried, topped with Mojito sauce.
  • Mojito Sample Platter An assortment of different Cuban bites, including: (2) ham croquettes, (1) corn tamale with pork, (2) meat pies, chicken chunks, fried yucca sticks, plantain chips and (1) stuffed potato. All in one platter, perfect for groups!
  • Stuffed Potato Mashed potatoes filled with ground beef. Breaded and golden fried to perfection
  • Tamal con Lechon Ground corn wrapped in the husk served with succulent roast pork
  • Yuca Frita Our Cuban potato, boiled, fried until golden crisp, served with Mojito sauce
  • Salads
  • Caesar Salad The salad's creation is generally attributed to restaurateur Caesar Cardini, an Italian immigrant who operated restaurants in Mexico and the United States.[1] Cardini was living in San Diego but also working in Tijuana where he avoided the restrictions of Prohibition.[2] His daughter Rosa (1928-2003) recounted that her father invented the dish when a Fourth of July 1924 rush depleted the kitchen's supplies. Cardini made do with what he had, adding the dramatic flair of the table-side tossing "by the chef."[3]
  • House Salad with Avocado Ensalada de la Casa con Aguacate Choice of normal or big.
  • Sandwich
  • Cuban Sandwich A grilled sandwich stuffed with a combination of Serrano ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, sliced roast Pork on a Cuban bread crispy roasted. Choice of whole or half.
  • Media Noche - Midnight Sandwich A grilled sandwich consisting of ham, sliced roast pork, Swiss Cheese and pickles on a golden egg roll Choice of midnight sandwich.
  • Steak Sandwich Palomilla steak, sauteed onions, lettuce, tomatoes, on Cuban bread.
  • Pork
  • Masas de Cerdo - Pork Chunks Deep fried pork cubes until golden brown, sprinkled with Mojo juice, and topped with sauteed onions Choice of pork chunks.
  • Pork Chops Two sliced chops grilled, and served with chopped onions and parsley.
  • Roast Pork Traditionally our National dish marinated in tasty tropical spices and Mojo juice. Oven roasted then grilled with sauteed onions
  • Specialties
  • Mojito Combination Fried Beef, roast pork and chicken chunks
  • Mojito Sensation Platter Succulent combination of: baby churrasco, chicken fllet and shrimp
  • Mojito's Platter A combination of our most popular entrees: chicken fllet, pork chunks and palomilla steak
  • Seafood Combinations Make your own Seafood Platter-Combo from any of these items: Lobster Tail 4oz, Shrimps (3), Scallops, Fish Fillet, Outside Skirt Steak, Breaded Fish Choice of two items, three items, two items, or three items.
  • Seafood Platter Fresh filet, lobster tail, shrimp and scallops with mushron sauce
  • Seafood Platter and Steak for Two Two lobters tails, fish fllet, shrimp, skirt steak and scallops with mushroon sauce
  • Tres Amigos Our succulent combination of fish fillet, four shrimps with garlic sauce and baby churrasco
  • Trio Combinations Choose 3 of any items below and make your own Platter-Combo. Chicken Fillet, Pork Chunks, Palomilla Steak wShrimps (3), Outside Skirt Steak, Vaca Frita (fried beef), Roast Pork, Garlic Chicken Chunks, Picadillo, Fried Chicken Chunks
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