When visiting Cuba december 2011 we were quite surprised to find that most meals we had were really bland, poorly executed or plain awful. This place stood out as a small gem. The meals we had weren't fantastic by "normal" standards, but compared to everything else (except cuban black beans and rice), it was the best tasting food we had on the island. Not a lot of other guests on our nights, so service was excellent as well. The restaurant is worth a trip for the interior alone.
I would recommend the crêpe Suzette dessert; they dim the lights in the restaurant as they burn out the pan. Quite fun.
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