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All reviews paella bread chicken lobster soup flan rice and beans huge portions worth the wait capital building piano player casa owner first floor bottled water prices are very reasonable the ground floor side dishes
Nice setting even though it was a bit too dark, had the Paella which was extremely fishy which says to me not fresh and the dish was also dry so overcooked; my friend had something else which he said was good, so a bit hit...More
This restaurant came highly recommended to us by locals, tour guides and all staff at hotels. My husband and I went with some people we had just met and were very excited for some delicious food. After waiting approximately 45 minutes to be seated, our...More
We were recommended this restaurant and read about it in The Lonely Planet for Cuban food. There is no name on the door and you climb up two flights into a virtually pitch black restaurant. We came early to avoid the queues that are always...More
A friend and I both loved this place so much we tried to return a second time but sadly there was a long queue the second time. Apparently this place is very popular with locals and it's easy to see why. The food is excellent...More
Los nardos is in the second floor of a building containing 3 restaurants. At the entrance a very nice rustic appearance is achieved. Live piano music and dark lights make it a very nice place. Plates and very big in size and flavors are very...More
Generally the food here is very good, if you avoid the tourist traps! And when I say here I mean in this restaurant not in Cuba generally!
The mixed Tapas starters were huge And really easily enough for two people. In fact you could probably...More
Lovely food, great service!
Definitely try Los Nardos if you're staying in Havana.
We had heard you had to queue for 20-40 minutes to get in, however, we turned up around 5pm Sunday and were shown straight in. We waited about 10 minutes in the...More
First of all, I was really excited to go to Los Nardos because I had heard, read and seen on TV many rave reviews about Los Nardos.
My experience at Los Nardos was nothing like these rave reviews.
The dining room is dark. What exactly...More
A definite winner in my book. Food was flavorful and service was excellent (Ariel was the best!). The white bean soup was the best dish I had during my whole trip, and I had many great dishes. In addition, if the garlic lobster is available,...More
While I like Los Nardos for what it is, I would not call it gastronomically 4stars. More like three stars. I would not save it as my "special meal" Yes the service is great but the food can be "iffy" For a little more $$ I... More
While I like Los Nardos for what it is, I would not call it gastronomically 4stars. More like three stars. I would not save it as my "special meal" Yes the service is great but the food can be "iffy" For a little more $$ I would go to 132 Malecon to
Sociedad Asturiana Castropol. It is two restaurants, the high end one upstairs and the slightly lower end downstairs. Both are very good, although we only ate upstairs twice.
We ate our butts off for $50 for two persons upstairs. One app, two mains, wine dessert and rum. Our waiter Vladimir is superb.
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According to the waiter it is run by the Youth Society of Asturias ( region in Spain) in conjunction with the Cuban government. So no it is not a palador. The food is good and the prices are reasonable -- Eat on the first... More
According to the waiter it is run by the Youth Society of Asturias ( region in Spain) in conjunction with the Cuban government. So no it is not a palador. The food is good and the prices are reasonable -- Eat on the first floor.