I ate at the upstairs restaurant - the more elegant of the ones in the building - with 3 other travelers from my small tour. We all enjoyed our meals. It was like dining in a private club. The service and food were excellent. They also have an excellent wine list. Yes, it is a bit pricey but much cheaper than nice restaurants in the U.S. If you want to go for a quiet and elegant dinner - and dine a midst the history of Cuba. If you want an elegant restaurant that could be any place in the world, go to Cafe del Oriente. Of the two, I'd pick this restaurant. There is also a very nice bar on the same floor - a great place for a before or after dinner cocktail.
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