Central Cuba Restaurants

La Campana de Toledo

  • Plaza San Juan de Dios 18 Map It
  • Camagüey
  • Cuban

Published 08/26/2015

Fodor's Review

In a restored 18th-century house overlooking the timeless Plaza de San Juan de Dios, this restaurant was named for the campana (bell) that hangs in its courtyard, which was brought to Camagüey from Toledo, Spain, by a merchant who lived here. Seating is either in the courtyard, which is shaded by trees and decorated with the tinajones symbolic of Camagüey, or in the front of the house, with a view of the plaza. The Cuban dishes include boliche mechado (roast tenderloin stuffed with bacon and served in a light sauce), a specialty here; all come with arroz congrí (rice and black beans).

Restaurant Information

Address:

Plaza San Juan de Dios 18, Camagüey, Camagüey, Cuba

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Phone:

/3229–6812

Published 08/26/2015

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