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Excellent quality, delicious food. Went for a late lunch. Ate a shrimp starter and Mexican chili for main with a fresh pineapple daiquiri. The service was excellent. The waiter was enthusiastic, friendly and helpful. Modern, trendy, clean decor inside. Definitely recommend. Central Havana area not...far from the Malecon.More
Date of visit: January 2020
Roger J, Ägare at Casa Miglis, responded to this reviewResponded January 26, 2020
Hi Emma, thank you for taking the time to add a review. We do appreciate it, I will pass it on to the service staff for sure.
I went there for the salsa show.
It’s like a off-off broadway show with a small stage. Dancers are brilliant, they were asking guests dance together on stage at the end, it’s fun!
35 cuc includes 1 hour show, 3 small tapas and 2 drinks.
Date of visit: December 2019
Roger J, Ägare at Casa Miglis, responded to this reviewResponded January 13, 2020
I am happy to learn that you appreciated the show and location. I will make sure to pass your review on to the dancers and staff.
Swedish flag on the street. We had to go and see what is this. The decor is elegant, modern and playful, not typical Swedish design. On the menu there are Swedish dishes, like classic Toast skagen that means creamy bread and prawns, steak a la...Rydberg, meatballs with mashed potatoes. The meatballs had excactly the Swedish good taste. I had spagetti. It was excellent, al dente. You don’t always get properly cooked past in Cuba.More
Date of visit: December 2019
Roger J, Owner at Casa Miglis, responded to this reviewResponded January 22, 2020
Hi Tuulamarja, happy to learn that you enjoyed the food. Welcome back any time.
The best thing about this privately own restaurant is the entertainment. Of course they brought me on stage to dance the night away. Ok, it really was for only one song, and I obviously I don't know how to dance, but the group I was...with thought this was hilarious. (I don't think the male lead dancer saw the humor in my dancing as he takes pride in his ability. But hey I tried!)
As stated before, I came with my tour group which was about 24 of us. We were seated right by the stage, in fact we took up all the tables by the stage but this was on a Monday night, and they weren't that busy when we walked in.
The owner came over, and introduced himself, and told us his story of how he made his way from living in Sweden to now Living in Cuba. This was an added touch, as he was very informative, and welcoming.
Because we were such a large group we had a set menu. A choice of either/or. I chose the Crevice,Fish and Ice Cream. I don't remember what the other choices were.
Service was good, and they went out of their way to accommodate the two vegetarians that were in our group, with a Lentil Soup, which looked amazing. I wish that had been one of the options.
You don't want to miss eating here if you find yourself in Havana. Great fun, and great food.More
Date of visit: October 2019
Roger J, Ägare at Casa Miglis, responded to this reviewResponded December 18, 2019
We are happy to learn that you had a nice evening. it is kind of a challenge to keep the service level up for a group of 24, but seems we managed. :-) Whenever you cross ways with Havana please come by for the lentils...More
Took two school buddies for their first visit of Havana.
Strolled down the Prado, took a left at the Malecón and walked up the stairs to Nazdarovie for a sunset Caipiroska. The best in Havana!
We continued our walk westbound, turned left at boutique hotel...Terral and aimed straight for the Swedish flag.
Warmly greeted at the bar, we continued with a few drinks and ordered delicious toast skagen, signature chicken nuggets, souvlaki and the famous pasta casa Miglis.
Phenomenal food, amazing service and great value.
Will be back soon!!!More
We were planning to eat at a different restaurant but it was all booked and someone recommended Casa Miglis instead. It was a pleasant surprise for me, coming from Sweden. The food was good, the service as well. It's not very cheap but not too...expensive either and by Cuban standard this is a lovely place. It was civilized, a pleasant atmosphere and there was even live music with very talented musicians.More
Having information about the Havana Queens, we headed off the Casa Miglis for a great time. The Havana Queens gave a great performance.....everything from ballet and Flamenco to break dancing.
Food was available, but we only had drinks. Our server was very pleasant. The place...had a good vibe and the evening was a great success.More