Boliche is an Eye of the Round Beef roast, which is/was very popular in Cuba. It is usually stuffed with ham, chorizo, carrot, egg and peppers and is usually served with black beans and rice. It goes just as well with any rice or pilaf or even mashed potatoes (what a sacrilege!). Side dishes may include a green salad or a salad of lettuce, tomato, and avocado and fried ripe or green plantains. It is a Cuban classic but the flavors are Spanish, as is with many dishes. This delicious roast has plenty of flavor and is best when marinated overnight, which I didn't account for.