Meals were 15-20cuc and ok. Fish was fresh. Vegetarian options weren't great. The real treat came at the end. The waiter brought each of us a cigar and a shot of liquor.
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While researching places to eat while we were in Havana, San Cristobal Paladar was high on many lists. In recent history, its claim to fame was that the President and Mrs. Obama dined here on their historic visit to Havana 2 years ago. Through our...More
This was the most flavorful food I had while in Cuba. The service was good and our waiter was delightful. If you are looking for air conditioned dining, be sure to request this ahead of time. The majority of the dining is outdoors, with one...More
The atmosphere is amazing, really peculiar restaurant with its own soul. The service is amazing and the food really good. Make sure you have a reservation. Highly recommended!
It maybe booked out a week for dinner, but if it is try one for lunch. Food was amazing and great value. Make sure you get the sampler and the rum will coat/burn your stomach nicely.
Can't comment on the food as they wouldn't serve us without a reservation, even for lunch. Can we make a dinner reservation? No. What about tomorrow? No.... try next week (after we leave the country). More importantly, this place is in a really lousy neighbourhood....More
Make a reservation and if you can, make it for 8! After 8 it gets crowded and you may have to wait. I had an 8 o'clock reservation and was seated immediately, service is a little slow but hey it's Cuba! Food was excellent and...More
We heard about this restaurant and had tried to make reservations for dinner but it was nearly impossible. It just so happened we walked past it during our morning exploration and popped in. The chef was more than accommodating and told us to come for...More
We had our first dinner here after arriving in Havana. I had previously tried to email the restaurant to make a reservation, but never heard back... luckily we were able to call and make a reservation. I'm a vegetarian and was worried that I wouldn't...More