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Nazdarovie is the first and only retro-Soviet restaurant in Havana Cuba, offering authentic Russian and Ukrainian food, music and ambiance. Our restaurant celebrates the amazing food of Russia, the Ukraine, and other ex-republics of the Soviet Union. Along with offering you superb food in a historic, retro-Soviet ambiance, our inspiration is to also pay homage to the thousands of Soviet women who decided to make Cuba permanently their home during the 1960s, 70s, and 80s (few Soviet men settled in Cuba during that time) and the thousands of their sons and daughters born in Cuba. We also pay tribute to the thousands of Cubans who went to study university in the USSR and maintain a deep sense of…
We walked in on a Friday afternoon for a bite, only to find out the restaurant was full for a seminar of MBA's and Lawyers. Asked the Maitre'd if he would allow us to sit and eat at the bar. No problem, but we may...More
Really loved this place. This may have been my first authentic Russian restaurant. The Chicken Kiev was amazing. The service was solid. Place was super clean and friendly.
Had my first Russian beer, which was tasty. More to just say, I had Russian beer.
We loved this place! The food and the atmosphere was second to none! The staff were fabulous. This place is a must do in Havana - you will not be disappointed. Portion sizes are large and prices are very reasonable! The sampler platter was a...More
We have found this restaurant on the Trip Advisor and went there several times during our stay in Havana. An amazing restaurant with amazing view on Malecón and the ocean. Great atmosphere, great food, everything is very fresh. Chicke Kyev, Okroshka, Russian borsh, buzenina, salad...More
This was our final meal in Cuba before heading home, and it was one of the best we had in Havana. The view over the Malecon was fantastic as was the internal decor. The food did not disappoint, with the pork skewers and chicken kiev...More
Wonderful food, amazing perogies, definitely try sampler then main meal. We went for lunch and sampler plus order of perogies was enough. Table beside had chicken Kiev and borscht which were said to be superb. Enjoy friendly staff, Aldo is fun and full of life.
This lovely restaurant on the Malecon overlooking the sea has fabulous food. The pierogi and the stroganoff were delicious as were the cocktail. If you go for lunch, you benefit from the delightful views. Wonderful service.
I ate there for lunch, so I'm uncertain as to the best time to arrive for dinner. I agree with the responses you received about the view being nice at sunset - although I wasn't there at that time of day, the windows and... More
I ate there for lunch, so I'm uncertain as to the best time to arrive for dinner. I agree with the responses you received about the view being nice at sunset - although I wasn't there at that time of day, the windows and balcony look right out at the ocean and Malecon, so a sunset seating would be quite nice I'm sure. One word of advice - plan to take a sweater or jacket if it is a windy day. The wind coming off the harbor can be chilly, and the restaurant front is exposed so there is no wind break.
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We ate at Nazdarovie right at sunset. The view is awesome. We were a group of four. We each had a couple of vodka tonics (Stoly) appetizers, main course and splt two deserts. They had really good fresh yellowtail tuna... More
We ate at Nazdarovie right at sunset. The view is awesome. We were a group of four. We each had a couple of vodka tonics (Stoly) appetizers, main course and splt two deserts. They had really good fresh yellowtail tuna. Perfectly prepared. The total bill came to $44 CUC. This is less than $50! The room is really nice with some amazing contemporary art on display. The service was super friendly and lots of fun. As we were leaving they brought out various Russian hats for us to wear and pose for photos. A great way to end the dinner. The restaurant is on the third floor with no elevator. It is on the Malecon right near The Prado. The only way you will know you are there is to look up on the third floor balcony and see a red Russian flag. We were greeted on the sidewalk by a guy in a Russian hat. You will not be disappointed at this restaurant.