“SERVING LOBSTER LIKE SALAD” CUBA

Restaurante Fonda Paladar La Paila

Absolutely mouthwatering! You know this food was cooked with love because I even found a bean shaped as a heart!

 

I absolutely cannot remember the name of this place. I don’t even think I looked at the name honestly, but wherever it was, and whoever made this meal surely has a piece of my heart.

I still can taste the lemon zest! Mmm soo good!!

This was the first restaurant that I went to upon my arrival to Cuba.

I can’t remember the name but it was located right around the corner from Hotel Vedado, right next to the pastry shop, which I should say was dirttttttt cheap! A slice of cake was about 25c peso.

Buena Vista Social Club

Although the proportion size of the seafood soup was very small, the soup itself was worth every spoon! I was tempted to even eat the bowl…

California Cafe

Delectable, appetizing, enticing,… bottom line, DAMN GOOD! The chef, Daniel, was just so awesome and very sweet,…no pun intended. I truly appreciated California Cafes staff members, and atmosphere. A DEFINITE MUST GO!

Tips:

  • If you are a vegan, vegetarian, or a pescetarian please don’t think that you won’t be able to truly experience the variety of tastes that Cuba has to serve. I had lobster everyday, and everyday that lobster tasted completely different.
  • You’ll be served rice and beans with the majority of your meals. If you’re not too fond of rice and beans, then nicely ask if there’s any other substitutes of rice or anything else.

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