Havana has an active Chinese community which has spawned a good number of restaurants specialized in traditional Chinese cuisine. These private, ... More
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. Diners can enjoy a full meal–apart from some of the more exotic choices on the menu–that will include a bowl of soup, fried rice, the main course and a drink, for an average of USD 4. Credit card acceptance varies.
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 ...
Thanks to its luxuriously decorated dining rooms, with their mirrors and antique paintings, this restaurant offers the conscientious diner a
taste of nineteen fifties, pre revolutionary Havana. However, decor is not everything, for in the best restaurants service and ...
In this moderately priced establishment there is not a great variety to choose from, but there are some interesting meat
dishes, stuffed with fruit, olives and ham, among other ingredients. Indoors, the dining room has dark glass walls, a ...