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Where and what to eat in Cuba

Food in Cuba sometimes gets a bad rap. While not all dishes appeal to all palates, you can still dine like a king on fresh fish, decadent desserts and fabulous drinks. 

 

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Inside La Guarida, the famous paladar in Havana. 

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Cubita coffee for breakfast (coffee in small Dixie cup)

 

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El Patio,  Plaza de la Catedral

 

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El Patio’s open air restaurant at Plaza de la Catedral

 

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The bartender at El Bodeguita del Medio in Havana, Cuba, making mojitos.

 

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Mojito in Havana Club glass 

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Salsa band performing inside El Bodeguita del Media

 

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Coco taxi driving on the Malecon: Havana, Cuba

 

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Malecon the sea side highway in Havana at sunrise

 

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Outside of La Guarida

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Lobster entrée at La Guarida

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Bartenders inside La Terraza watching baseball on TV

 

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View of water from inside La Terraza

 

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La Terraza, sea side restaurant, Cojimar, Cuba

 

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Hotel Nacional de Cuba

 

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A view of the pool at the Hotel Nacional 

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El Floridita exterior– famous bar for daiquiris, Havana, Cuba

 

Where and what to eat in Cuba

Food in Cuba sometimes gets a bad rap. While not all dishes appeal to all palates, you can still dine like a king on fresh fish, decadent desserts and fabulous drinks. 

 

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