It's not a restaurant aimed at tourists. It sits atop a residential building, right across from the V.I. Lenin Hospital. Food is average, and it's very dark inside (which is a good thing if you want to see the city at night). Holguin is not such a large city that you can admire at night. In fact if any areas are having a blackout while you're there it's quite depressing. To get a reservation legally you have to wake up at 3am and be there queueing up in line before they open at 9am. Otherwise, buy someone else's reservation and take their place. Go to a family owned place in the country side, you'll get quiet, fresh air, better food and a genuinely friendly host.