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Paladares Havana | Castas y Tal

Just around the corner from Hotel Presidente you´ll find Castas y Tal situated on the 11th floor of a large apartment building in Vedado, just around the corner from Hotel Presidente. The restaurant has three areas, a main dining room that can seat eight, an indoor terrace with glass windows and a side area where […]

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Paladares Havana | La Campana

  The chill-out bar and grill La Campana looks a lot like an upmarket farm (Finca) than anything else. This is a swish ranchón beside a nice pool. Depending on the night, you may be able to combine dinner with a concert. Kelvis Ochoa, December Bueno and David Torrens have all played poolside recently. On […]

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Paladares Havana | El Carruaje

In the tree lined suburb of Siboney you´ll find El Carruaje (The Carriage). The mansion has an elegant pool and large ranchón. The owners/managers are Mirka and Raúl. Raúl is a builder who has supervised and managed the construction. Mirka trained as a chemical engineer but somehow found her way into tourism, working for 16 […]

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Paladares Havana | La Galeria

One of the newest additions on the Paladar circuit is “La Galeria” which opened in mid-2011. And thus, La Galería is another welcome addition to the city’s throng of paladares. Located on the corner of Calles 19 and 12, it has an outdoor terrace as well as a nice indoor, air-conditioned space. A place of […]

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Paladares Havana | La Carboncita

  Not very common in Cuba, this paladar “La Carboncita” is run by an Italian, Walter. Pizzas and pastas fittingly adorn the menu as well as some meat dishes, but most regulars simply have whatever Walter suggests. His recommendation is invariably simple, but this is undeniably the best place for pizza and pasta in Havana. […]

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Paladares Havana | Doña Eutemia

Ask Leticia for whatever you want at this paladar, she will make it come true, the diminutive elderly owner of Doña Eutemia is very accommodating. She wants so much to offer an intimate relaxing place that she hopes you’ll linger – even when she has a queue outside. This paladar is opposite an artist’s workshop […]

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Paladares Havana | Atelier

Another french themed restaurant meaning “workshop” in French, situated in an inspiring Havana mansion Atelier is a contemporary space with a large main room and two balconies with numerous cushions. An antique hob outside and old sewing and adding machines inside give the place a retro feel. Niuris Higueras is the manager and owner, who […]

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Paladares Havana | Cafe Laurent

This paladar has an modernized 1950s feel with 1950s old newspapers & adverts cover the back wall. Billowing white awnings outside provide shade and a touch of modern Miami.   Although it is just around the corner from the famous Hotel Nacional, you have to be guided into the apartment building, where a small antique […]

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Paladares Havana | Le Chansonnier

Reopened by Hector Higueras in October 2011, Le Chansonnier used to be a French-themed private restaurant cluttered with antiques, an average if not run of the mill place to eat. Its reinvention has left little trace of the old interior of the house, which dates back to 1860. Le Chansonnier is now a haven of […]

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Paladares Havana | San Cristobal

Carlos Cristóbal Márquez Valdés named this paladar after himself as its owner, chef and driving inspiration,. Cluttered and eclectic, one of the nicest palades havana has to offer and, this is a lived-in space on the bottom floor of an early 20th-century mansion. Piles of old books are stacked atop beautiful old furniture; black and […]

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