Paladares, Havana

4.5 out of 5 stars 3 Reviews

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    Parrillada 84 y 15 Playa: fish and meat at local charcoal cuisine

    by gwened Written Feb 25, 2012

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    family run, from chef to servers, using charcoal for cooking ,nice setting using the entire old home, you come to taste the local food, come here, very friendly and cheap. All is good.
    no web or tel i was there with my family , I am Cuban born, good food and cheap and great Cuban ambiance, cant beat it.

    Favorite Dish: pork yucca, moro rice, and cristal beer cant beat it, indulge like a Cuban I was born.

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    Paladares: Decameron is the place for Italian food

    by Anabel1 Updated Jan 11, 2008

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    Good hearthy Italian food (with a Cuban spin of course) in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The service is kind, the wine selection is good and the decor is quite interesting with the many antiques and cukoo clocks. I ate here many times in my past trips and I plan on going back many more times. My Cuban friends tell me that many local politicians, writers, artists and musicians frequent this establishment. Plan on 10 to 12 convertible pesos per person. I would recommend reservations, it's often full.

    Favorite Dish: I enjoyed the pasta.

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    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    Paladares: Paladares

    by realde14 Written Dec 6, 2006

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    Paladares are privately-run small restaurants in somebody's house. This is home-cooking at its best. The Cuban government allows the owners of the paladares a certain degree of private enterprise as long as there is limited seating.

    Food can range from basic to elaborate but will most likely always be better than in a official restaurant. Apart from the typical cuban plates like camarones enchiladas, picadillo, or ropa vieja, most of the good paladares serve fish and lobster. A nice lobster with rice or congri, salad, and tostadas will cost you around 15 pesos.

    Support a local family, eat at their house and make friends!

    Favorite Dish: lobster tail

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