ENTREES: I lived in Florida for a few years and had my share of real-deal Cubano sandwiches. Little Havana's version ($9.99) gets my enthusiastic approval. I can see why it's one of the restaurant's most popular items. The Cuban bread (a must), spread with yellow mustard, was gently pressed to embrace slow-roasted pulled pork, sliced ham, Swiss cheese and pickles. The sides of rice and black beans were a bonus, but the bland plantain chips didn't add much. The paella ($19.99) sparkled with plentiful shrimp, mussels, chicken and chorizo in a captivating saffron-tomato broth. The mix was served over yellow rice laced with soft squash and zucchini.