Havana

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Latin
4 reviews
Owes its renown in equal parts to the wonderful ambience, excellent cuisine, and the starring role it played in several scenes in the Cuban blockbuster film Fresa y Chocolate. — Frommer's
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Spanish
3 reviews
Popular among locals, hefty portions of red snapper, rabbit or chicken and lamb stew are served up daily. Make sure you are on the first floor. — Fodor's
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Latin
3 reviews
Set in a scenic garden, around small ponds and fountains, this is one of Miramar's best paladares, which also functions as a bar and lounge with good cocktails and some great live bands. — Fodor's
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Seafood
3 reviews
Near Dársena de los Franceses and a battery of 18th-century cannons lies one of the more progressive outlets of Cuban cooking. — Lonely Planet
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Cuban
3 reviews
This popular tourist restaurant is a pleasant surprise. — Frommer's
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Latin
2 reviews
This lively joint is housed in a beautifully restored, 18th-century building with high ceilings, just off the Plaza Vieja. — Frommer's
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Latin
2 reviews
Located in the European-style Hotel Florida, this restaurant offers an upscale atmosphere with its piano bar, plush decor, and tip-top wait service — Fodor's
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Italian
3 reviews
La Dominica restaurant in Havana has some of the best view of Havana city line as well as an amazing sunset — Afar Magazine
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Caribbean
3 reviews
Located near the seafront in the open air, this is one of Havana's best seafood restaurants. — Fodor's
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European
3 reviews
Havana suddenly becomes posh when you walk through the door at this longstanding state-run establishment. — Lonely Planet
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Latin
3 reviews
The menu is small, but this place is big on atmosphere. The only real splurge here is the lobster supreme in light vinaigrette. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Known for its paella, this place attached to the Hostal Valencia has an authentic ambience and tries hard to emulate its Spanish namesake. — Lonely Planet
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Latin
3 reviews
Depending on whom you ask, this is either the Caribbean's best restaurant or its worst. — Fodor's
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Spanish
2 reviews
Popularly considered to be Havana's best Chinese restaurant, as the queues outside will testify. — Lonely Planet
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Healthy
2 reviews
Ugly from the outside, but far prettier within, the Decameron is an intimate Italian-influenced restaurant where you can order from the varied menu with abandon. — Lonely Planet
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Latin
2 reviews
This chic paladar, situated in the penthouse of a Vedado apartment block, could very well be located in Paris or Barcelona with its funky decor and gourmet cuisine — Fodor's
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Latin
2 reviews
Once you’ve found the restaurant, tucked away in an alley off the Plaza de la Catedral in Old Havana, you’ll discover why Leticia Abad’s ropa vieja is widely considered the best in the city. — Afar Magazine
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Caribbean
2 reviews
The Gringo offers a good atmosphere and large portions of invariably brilliant food. — Lonely Planet
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Tucked away on a lightly trafficked street, yet still close to the hustle and bustle of Vedado, this small restaurant is a calm and elegant joint that's very popular with tourists and the Cuban elite. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Housed in a yellow-and-pink Colonial-style mansion that was built in 1938, this restaurant exudes old-world charm, with its columns, white table cloths, and fine crockery. — Frommer's
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