This is one of Cuba's most famous 'paladars', or restaurants, located within an 18th century townhouse. Get behind the Spanish architectural walls to ... More
This is one of Cuba's most famous 'paladars', or restaurants, located within an 18th century townhouse. Get behind the Spanish architectural walls to discover this little three-roomed, third floor eatery, which has played host to the shooting of a 1995 Oscar-nominated local film, Fresa y Chocolate. Start off with a tangy Gazpacho Soup and the Snapper and Grouper Fillets with Buerre Blanc Sauce. More gastronomic discoveries can be made in the fish courts of the restaurant, while the wine list features a gamut of local stuff. Famous Havana cigars are available, for those who'd like to puff while they dine.
Of all the numerous cafeterias in the Vedado district, this is one of the biggest. It occupies an end section
on the ground floor of the Habana Libre Hotel, on the corner of 23rd and L Street, which is ...
With tables for six or more and only a couple small tables available, this is a great place to go
in a larger group. The decor is simple with a bar beside the main entrance and a large saloon. ...
Without a doubt, this is one of the most famous Cuban restaurants in the world, not only because it is
an obligatory stop off for all artists and writers who visit Havana, but also for its offer of some ...