It might be hard to pick a spot here: tables are either out on the Plaza de la Catedral or in the namesake patio of the colonial house in which the restaurant is located. The criollo menu is complete, and although the food and service fall short of the spectacular settings, the prices are reasonable and the quality of the ingredients good. Some alluring dishes include a BBQ steak, pork sirloin flavored with Santiago rum, or a seafood sauté with lobster and prawns.
Plaza de la Catedral 54, Havana, Cuba
Jun 6, 2003
Set on the Plaza de la Catedral i Habana Vieja, beautiful when lit up in the evening and charming during the day. The band plays wonderful Ciban Jazz and other tunes while you sip your mojitos. The food however is very bland but the atmosphere in this lovely building with an interior open air patio makes up for it. A good spot to start your night in Habana Vieja.