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Me and my husband came down on our honeymoon. Our waitress Jen recommended the Lonja Al Ajillo to eat and Mojitos to drink. It was so good that we ate there 4 times during our week stay!
My husband said it was the best food...he’s ever eaten. Amazing food, great Mojitos and we made some new friends. Definitely check it out and get the Lonja Al Ajillo and Mojitos!More
I have been here a few times and really enjoy the upstairs restaurant. The food is absolutely delicious. We had a lovely shrimp dish and a flat steak loaded with flavor. All the dishes come with rice and beans. There is also a bar and...a separate band upstairs, so walk up the narrow staircase, have a seat and settle in. We liked it so much that one day we
had both lunch and dinner there. It is also a nice place to relax with an after meal drink and enjoy a cigar.More
If you are the sort of person who craves authenticity and shuns commercialised tourist traps with loads of people taking photos of themselves, the walls [!] and the waiters, then don't go! It is permanently crowded and nearly all of the customers are tourists, but...nevertheless we really liked it. The place simply has a great buzz and we were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food and the mojitos - much better than many reviews had suggested. The staff were lively and efficient and were quite unfazed by the drama when someone got locked in the loo - perhaps not an unknown occurrence?
I don't know if you can reserve tables, but it would be a good idea if you can.More
A small bar down in the old part of town, but just relax and enjoy the atmosphere, after a few mojito's you will relax and enjoy it. Very touristy but worth the visit and enjoy a well made and very nice mojito. If you stay...a while and chat to the bar tender and just watch him making the cocktails passing the time of the day, what else is there to do. A must place to come and see and enjoy, recommend.More
We visited with a group on a cruise tour. The food was surprisingly good. Typical Cuban fare-rice, black beans, pork. Mojitos. The walls of this old bar/restaurant sport photos of famous guests including Hemingway. The establishment claims to be the birthplace of the Mojito, a...tropical rum based drink.More
Good mojitos and friendly vibe, the drinks were pretty good although I’d say they were better at the one in Trinidad. In fact, the one in Trinidad I’d say had the best mojito in Cuba. But the vibe in the evening at the one in...Havana was lovely. Live music, everyone singing along. It was a lot of fun.More
Response from pierv2018 | Reviewed this property |
Solamente aceptan tarjetas en los negocios mas establecidos y es muy dificil, las tarjetas americanas no funcionana alla.. te conviene cambiar dinero en el aeropuerto asi no te arriesgas a nada... tambien son comunes los... More
Solamente aceptan tarjetas en los negocios mas establecidos y es muy dificil, las tarjetas americanas no funcionana alla.. te conviene cambiar dinero en el aeropuerto asi no te arriesgas a nada... tambien son comunes los dolares americanos en caso de emergencia.
Response from Suzanne B | Reviewed this property |
I would say no. There are only 8 bar stools in an "L" shaped bar. It opens up onto the street. Many people get their drinks and stand outside to listen to the local music. Worth the trip. Try off hours and it might not be... More
I would say no. There are only 8 bar stools in an "L" shaped bar. It opens up onto the street. Many people get their drinks and stand outside to listen to the local music. Worth the trip. Try off hours and it might not be crowded. We were 4 and all got seats at the bar.