Its name means "heaven's temple" in Mandarin, and this temple to Chinese cuisine has enough worshipers that you'll be lucky to find a spot inside. No matter, though, as there are tables outside as well—all the better for watching passersby on Chinatown's wildest street. The fresh vegetables, tasty seafood, and lamb brochettes come at prices that (almost) make you plead to pay more. Certain dishes (such as the crispy duck) must be ordered in advance.
Calle Cuchillo 17, , e/Calle Zanja y Calle San Nicolas, Havana, Cuba