Eat and Drink in Cuba
The Cuban typical dishes are the result of the mix of Spanish, Africans, aboriginal, Yucatecan and even Asian traditions. The most significant dishes are the Ajiaco, Casabe, Buñuelos, Tamales, Tostones, roasted pork and the Congrí. The typical Cuban drinks are characterized by showing common elements with the creoles meals, because they have the Hispanic, African, Arab, Yucatecan and Chinese mix. Their definitive features are associated to the tropical weather conditions and generally to the production of sugar cane. Among the most representative drinks that have won international fame are the coffee, the Champola, Guarapo, the oriental Pru, Cuba Libre, Daiquiri, Mojito and the Pina Colada.
Casa Miglis is located in Havana and has been voted as best restaurant in central Havana. With a great atmosphere and menu on offer you are bound to have a great culinary experience to remember.
La Bodeguita Del Medio is a Bar/ Restaurant In Cuba offering great cuisine alongside outstanding cocktails and drinks to cater for your nightlife needs.
La Redacciónis is a Cuban restaurant and bar in a traditional colonial house from the 1800s located in Trinidad. The restaurant mixed traditional Cuban recipes with some European dishes.
You will find Salsa Suárez Restaurant-Bar in Varadero. Enjoy the best possible Cuban cuisine on offer in a traditional atmosphere guaranteed to make your experience very pleasurable.