Walking the dark streets of Havana, looking for somewhere to eat which was typically Cuban, we came across the doorway and stairs leading to this little eatery with a charming balcony. We were a little nervous of what to order as the menus were mainly in Spanish. Anyway, the soup arrived after a long wait, (we had ordered this to warm ourselves up as chilly on balcony). The main course was lamb for my husband, the waitress said it came with tomato sauce, and mine which I was told was slices of chicken with banana, strange, but I would give it a go. Well the lamb was 5 round lumps of bone with a little meat to chew off of, served with typical black rice and beans and some veg. My chicken came in a scoped out pineapple (no sign of banana) in a stong sauce and chewy bits of chicken and pineapple inside it, and side salad. Not a nice eating experience, but perhaps we were unlucky and didn't choose well. With a beer and water it came to 28cuc. The following night we played safe and had a lovely sirloin beef burger and special pizza at our restaurant in Parque Central rooftop restaurant and enjoyed.
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