Rooftop bar and restaurant serving fairly typical but unspectacular Cuban food. It does however have a spectacular view from the rooftop and is a great place to watch the sunset. Worth trying.
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Only had a couple of drinks there for the sunset. First time trying canchánchara there and fell in love with the drink. Drinks served in clay cups, live music.
We stumbled on this place as we noticed the Trip Advisor flag flying and they served as a great guide to some decent food and drinks in Cuba (it's a fantastic country but not known for it's cuisine). What a find!!!! We would have stayed...More
The Rintintin had a large variety of tasty drinks and food that was flavorful and fresh. There is live music every night and the view from the rooftop at sunset cannot be beat. The waitstaff was attentive and the owner was a nice hardworking woman...More
Maybe I caught them on a bad day, but I cannot agree with all of the positive reviews. Four of us ate lunch here, and none of us was impressed. My shrimp had the metallic taste of seafood that is a day past its prime,...More
La critica es muy buena, pero cuando se trata de cosas ciertas que suceden en la realidad, porque nos gusta reflexional ante lo mal hecho, pero creemos que su critica no tiene valor porque nuestra comida tiene que salir al momento dura con un coccion...More
I discovered this place during my last trip to Trinidad (beautiful city). It is not a fancy place with too elaborated food, but has an amaizing view and live music. The food is good, I tested an excelent dish based on shrimp, lobster and fish....More
A complimentary drink as a welcome starts a wonderful dinner with rooftop views and a band that compliments the mood.
I will say it a million times...Trinidad is the best. El Rin Tin Tin was quite possibly our favorite spot in all of Cuba. We arrived a little over an hour before sunset to an empty terrace and were serenaded by the live band and...More
Get the lamb ropa vieja and pina colada! Also speak with Damion- he was one of my favorite encounters in Trinidad.
We spent an afternoon exploring this colonial town and made every effort to go into places where were invited into but this one was a welcome surprise. From the ground floor side entry to this restaurant -bar, we walked up a spiral staircase to breathtaking...More