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Mandy y Olga: Among local Cuban people
The private athmosphere makes it special.
Make a reservation - tell the people what you would like to eat - they will get it from the black market - it is not expensive and totally different from the restaurant food.
Favorite Dish: Fresh Seafood and Cuban white wine !
The wine is oké !
La Aguada: Alligator bread!
We stopped at a paradar for lunch on our way to Cienfuegos. It had rental cabins, a restaurant, gift shop, and small grocery store. Government owned, of course. The main building had a thatched roof, and they were in the process of putting new thatch on it. It was interesting to watch.
Because there are alligator farms in this area, the restaurant makes its sandwiches on alligator-shaped loaves of bread. The sandwiches weren’t very exciting, (tuna, ham, cheese, etc.) but they were really cute.
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Restaurante Bahia: Best Seafood Ever!
Best food in town! We loved it! They serve cuban and international cuisine with a variable menu at a very reasonable price. The house has been resently restored keeping the beautifull colonial style of architecture in the area. This place is well located at the beginning of Malecon on 40 AVE. witch make it very accessible to new visitors.
Favorite Dish: I visited Restaurant Bahia with my wife, we had fish, Fillete Canciller, it was excellent! Fresh and tasteful, the presentation was outstanding.
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