Cuban fare although the menu now includes Bennys and eggs, tapas, salads, mains, sandwiches. And, of course, one can get a latté. What attracts us to this restaurant—and why we go there from time to time--are the dishes not found anywhere else. The Latin Breakfast, one of the traditional Havana classics, comes to mind. It is a scramble of rice, egg, beans, salsa, etc. on a tortilla. One of us, the almost vegetarian half of this couple, always seems to order this dish. However the other eater has moved around the menu a bit and most recently has latched onto the Chef’s Scramble. Everything is moderately priced and there is outside seating. Havana is busy on the weekend, which is when we have normally been on Commercial Drive.
What also stands out about this restaurant are the unique wall scratchings, consisting of many, many names scratched into the plaster. In a backroom of the place there is often a display of some type of art work for sale.
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