Though awesomely expedient, fast food typically means putting up with less-than-fresh grub whose lacklusterness can't be overcome with buzzwords like "Zesty", "Fiesta", or even "Picante!". For legitimately exotic, freshly made fast food, roll up to Cha-Cha Bongo. Graced with chili-pepper red walls, an astoundingly high ceiling, and a whole lot of bongos, Cha-Cha's a low-cost, order-at-the-counter Cuban grill serving a lordly compliment of from-scratch family recipes. Grub's quickly delivered to your table (tips optional), and is highlighted by six fresh Cuban breaded sandwiches served with aioli dipping sauce and shoestring fries, including "The Little Havana" (slow-roasted, mojo criollo-marinated pork), "The Key West" (grilled grouper w/ onions & chimichurri), and the ground beef/tomato/onion/olive/garlic "La Conga" -- you can resist the dance, but when ground beef's involved you know you can't control yourself any longa. The rest of the menu runs from chorizo sliders, to red bean soup w/ pork sausage, to meat platters (chicken, pork, picadillo, steak, grouper), to a make-your-own meat/rice/bean entree called the "Bongo Bowl" (it's got December 31st written all over it -- look out, Chick-Fil-A). Beverages include Cuban smoothies (mango, papaya, pina colada), plus bottled beers, a few wines, house sangria, and fresh mojitos -- any of which can help you overcome your own lacklusterness with the most effective buzzword of all...buzzed?