This restaurant offers a selection of popular local dishes. Decorated in a colonial-style, the dining salon is well lit, has wooden tables and stools ... More
This restaurant offers a selection of popular local dishes. Decorated in a colonial-style, the dining salon is well lit, has wooden tables and stools and a view of the sea; there are also outdoor tables. The menu offers many exquisite and exotic concoctions such as Delicias del Morro (Delights of the Morro) which consists of fish and prawns with a grated cheese topping; the Langosta Mariposa (Butterfly Lobster) and Tasajo. The recommended house drink and meal accompaniment is the Piña Delicia (Pineapple Delight), prepared with Silver Dry and Havana Club Añejo 7 years old rum. The rest of the menu offers a choice of stews, pork, chicken and fish dishes, including congrí (black beans with white rice), and all sorts of syrupy desserts. Drinks include Cuban and international cocktails, wines, beer, fruit juices and soft drinks.
On July 26, 1953, this military barracks was the scene of a famous revolutionary episode against the tyrannical Batista regime.
Despite the failure of that particular military venture, the attack served to highlight the will of many young Cubans ...
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 ...
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 ...