Old City of Havana
Regions of Cuba - Travel Guide
for selecting restaurants include food quality, prices and general atmosphere.
Always verify your check. The standard tip in Cuba is 10%.
One of Old Havana's best-kept secrets
and most interesting spots. Located on Plaza Vieja in the Juan Bautista
Tavern (c.1772), this café is dedicated to the memory of the famous
singer Benny Moré. Starting at 11:00 am every day, one of
three groups plays traditional Cuban music from the 40s and 50s.
The food is inexpensive, delicious and original.
One of the nicest places to have a
drink and enjoy lunch outside in Old Havana. Located just beside
Is a fun place to have a lunch. You've
got to taste its great ice cream! Located at Plaza de Armas, Calle Oficio
A very nice
place to enjoy a dinner or lunch. The luxurious second floor is quite
expensive but on the first floor you can savour a good meal at a reasonable
price. Facing the cruiseship terminal, it is located on the strategic
de San Francisco de Asís.
With its wonderful view of the Capitol,
this restaurant, located on the top floor of the Hotel Sevilla,
offers food prepared by a French chef. Traditional Cuban dances are
performed on Fridays (6:30 pm to 11:00 pm). The Roof Garden is wonderful
place to splurge.
meals are served in this very nice old building facing Havana's bay. You
may enjoy the view and the food on one of its small balconies. The
restaurant is located on Tacón esquina a Empredrado, only
a few meters from the Cathedral.
serves respectable Spanish dishes and seafood. A great Flaminco show
is presented every Thursday and Saturday night. The Zaragozana
located near the famous Floridita on Calle Monserrate entre Obispo
One of Havana's
most famous seafood restaurants is located on the other side of the bay
in the Morro fortress, facing Old Havana.
This is the
place to eat something different in Old Havana. The restaurant is
located on Calle Oficios entre Obispo y Obrapia.
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