In keeping with its name, this restaurant is famous for its traditional Roast Chicken con Mojo. Other options include Roast Fish, Roasted Pork, ... More
In keeping with its name, this restaurant is famous for its traditional Roast Chicken con Mojo. Other options include Roast Fish, Roasted Pork, Grilled Steaks or a healthy plate of meat, rice and sprouts. French fries, beans, rice and plantains accompany every dish. The wine list boasts of poisons from Chile and Spain, alongside local brews and rum. A home-made dessert and a puff of the famous Havana cigar tops it all off. Sit under the canopy of the universe or the partial bamboo roof to enjoy a view of the ocean, as you dig in. Relatively new, this restaurant has carved a niche for itself in the hearts of tourists and locals alike, thanks to the efficient staff and delicious food. There's hardly any waiting period, and an entire meal comes within USD15. Its late hours and generous portions make it popular with the elite and party crowd.
Quite possibly the most elegant Italian restaurant in Havana, from the colonial façade and plant boxes on the outside (as
well as the waiting porter), to the spacious dining room inside, with its impeccably laid tables. The soft colour ...
Havana has an active Chinese community which has spawned a good number of restaurants specialized in traditional Chinese cuisine. These
private, family owned establishments tend to be excellent in both quality and price, offering expeditious service to their customers. ...
Almost on the southern edge of the capital, in the El Rincón neighbourhood, is this church located next to an
old Leprosy Hospital. A mass pilgrimage takes place here each year on December 17th (Saint Lazarus' day), when the ...