As some reviewers have already mentioned, the food has nothing to do with Cuban specialties (as far as I noticed). It is a nice place to sit down after a long walk, enjoy a beer or a cocktail (a Mojito costs 6 EUR, lacks crushed mint and lime), nice cosy lounge-like chairs and a very big territory (illuminated when dark). The Cuban salad (with fruit and shrimp) was weird and not very good, chicken wings too spicy and not fresh tasting (the waitress said they were not spicey); sauces were clearly from a market bottle, not home made. The waitresses speak Russian and English though which is a big plus. In short, you are on the main streat in Palanga and the place looks nice, you will pay for the location a few extra EURs, but don't expect smthg extra.
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