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.
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There's a bar at the front that holds around a dozen people from which it is packed. The restaurant through the back is bigger. Unless though you are a real Hemmingway zealot, this is an unremarkable... more
This is a Cuban institution: fabulous ice cream, ridiculously inexpensive prices (for us foreigners at least) and big long line-ups.
There is NO point in going to Coppelia's and skipping the line,... more
We stayed in Havana in mid February 2008 for 4 nights with my wife. We discovered Lluvia del oro first night and went there for 3 nights. We love Cuban music and in Lluvia del oro, Son Tradicional, a... more
The El Floridita is not far from El Capitolia - look for the bright red exterior. This is "The Home of the Dacquiri" and, while I am not a huge fan of dacquiris, I must admit that the one I had here... more
I asked the bellboy who worked in the hotel,
Where is the good resutaurant?
He answerd, 'El ajibe' is good !
near hear ! Chicken was soft and juicy. I ordered combo.chicken and beenrice,which is... more
A hidden gem in a private back garden, a cooling rest stop from a warm, sunny Havana day trip. The lush green vegetation was cool and refreshing.
The lunch was a delightful surprise. Starting with a... more
The ambiance is very nice. The room have a very nice decoration and the service is professional. I tried the "Ropa Vieja". It was very good but I found the fries too cosmopolitan ;). One of te good... more
The greatest thing about this restaurant is its location. It is a bit more quiet than some of the other restaurants and the terrace offers a great view of the Fortaleza, which makes for a nice and... more
They have a guarded parking lot across the street if you drive there. It is a training restaurant for Cuban chefs, waiters and waiters. The food was fabulous!!!!! Service, of course, great because... more
Palacio de los Marqueses de Aguas Claras
In 1900 it housed a Paris restaurant and afterwards it changed into ofiices of an industrial Bank
Now a days it became a restaurant again Scampis - green... more
This restaurant is on the ground floor of a building erected in 1772 and is nicely decorated. You can get an entree for about $5.00 to $7.00 U.S. Your best bet is to choose from the seafood, chicken,... more
Havana is not exactly a foodie's dream, but yuo can eat reasonably well, but not particularly cheaply unless you try out some of the virtually unmarked paladores.
Cafe Valencia is part of the lovely... more
The famous Malecon and the Morro Fortress behind. Just an orgasm (for yr camera) to walk over - seeing people travelling by and knowing that this city has such a historical background reflecting the...