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We stopped here for lunch as part of a Thomas Cook excursion to Havana.
The restaurant was beautiful, old house that made you feel you had stepped back in time.
We had bread, salami, olives and pickles to start. We then had Beef (which is...More
Sometimes one needs to explore we’d and far to appreciate the neighbours and neighbourhood away from inner Havana. This Cuban/Creole eatery is embedded within a a beautifully decorated Miramar mansion. Everything is authentic particularly the lobster which was the star attraction. best we tasted in...More
We had lunch at El Tocororo, while touring Havana. We were greeted with delicious Havana Club rum drinks to start us off. Several courses were brought to us during our meal, beginning with plates of salami, cheeses, bread and olives. Next, our lunch which consisted...More
We stopped here for lunch as part of our lunch on our tour. The live music was amazing and the food was beyond amazing. They started us off with a drink that we could choose if we wanted rum in it or not, next came...More
We visited this restaurant for lunch with a group tour. It is a very beautiful venue. However the food was a little disappointing. I had fish with prawns. The fish was very dry and I did not enjoy it. There was a group of musicians...More
I bet you never heard this version of Hotel California !!! Very talented family Elio father lead the Band Arcángeles Project he plays Cajón Peruano - Style: Rock Flamenco
Even was slow night at the Place they performs like it was crowded
Play every Sunday...More
This is a nice restaurant away from the centre of Havana but easily reachable in just a few minutes by taxi. Inside, the décor is classic, old style. Seating is cosy but not crowded. The staff are friendly, helpful and attentive. The food is good...More
The place has a unique vibe which for me made it one of my best experiences in my one week in Cuba.
The decor as you walk in is very particular, elevating your mood and preparing you for the experience.
Though the food I tried...More
We visited El Tocororo as we were winding down our Havana excursion during our cruise. We had an "afternoon snack" consisting of rum, cigars and Cuban coffee. The restaurant captain gave us a tutorial on how to properly smoke a Cuban cigar (we don't smoke,...More