Set in the Plazuela de Jigüe, a tiny plaza shaded by one tree, this colorful and historic restaurant (dating from 1720) seems to say "come on in." Its bright interior has high ceilings, chandeliers, and landscapes hung on white walls. The menu ranges from bistec de cerdo grillé to enchilado de langosta (in a red sauce). The specialty, pollo al jigüe, is a Cuban version of chicken cacciatore.
Calle Ruben Martínez Villena (Real de Jigüe) 69, Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus, Cuba