The rumba, of course, is the exotic and romantic dance that was first performed in Cuba in the late 19th century. This fantastic Jersey City restaurant captures the spice of the islands and has drawn raves from diners who visit again and again. The first thing you’ll notice is low prices – a huge Cuban sandwich, loaded with sliced ham, roast pork, cheese and pickles for a mere three dollars? You can’t find a deal like that anywhere in town. The rest of the menu is equally affordable, with nothing on the entire menu coming up over six bucks. Specials vary by the day, but they’re all very worthwhile. Get the yucca rellena – balls of cassava filled with ground meat and fried. They’re spectacular. Ropa vieja, one of the signature dishes of Cuban cuisine, is executed to absolute perfection here. Service is fast and friendly and the atmosphere is unpretentious and fun.