The best Spanish food in Cuba!!! We enjoyed it!! Organic food, grown un the valley!! You could not lose this place!
El Olivo can be found on the main street a few minutes walk away from the town center and easily identified by a long queue (we visited at a peak time and date). Comments about the queue are still true but really worth the wait. If pushed for time many other local spots provide good local grub but the menus... 更多
We had lunch on the terras in front of the entrance to the restaurant. The service was quick and good, so was the quality and price of the food. Go there!
There was a small wait to go inside the restaurant as we came around 7pm. Restaurant is bigger than it looks from the outside. Menu is not too elaborate which seemed promising as they also had a variety of dishes from paella, lobster, pasta and desserts. The starters we ordered (prawns, shrimp cocktail i think) was unexciting and over-priced. The... 更多
Throngs of people queue here all day long looking for a table. We had a delicious pasta and salads here. Huge portions, tasty and great value. Service was very good. Would definitely recommend but perhaps go earlier in the day to avoid the hysteria of table waiting and standing on the street.
Excelent food in the main street of Viñales where almost every other spot is a paladar. Had the octopus salad and a beef "pincho". Good service compared to other paladares in Cuba.
A medium-high range restaurant for Cuban standard, it offers Mediterranean food at very good standard. We had cocktails (very good) and the gazpacho was one of the best I have ever had. My partner had meat cannelloni and they were very good too – considering the hardship in finding ingredients in Cuba, they manage to do an excellent job! Friendly... 更多
Was recommended by our Havana city guide to visit this restaurant - it was OK but nothing special. Menu card turned to be exactly the same as another restaurant a few houses up - probably sharing kitchen, as they also was out of chocolate ice-cream :-)
Restaurants and choice in Vinales is significantly lower than elsewhere. El Olivio was pleasant for lunch and better than the few others we ate in and would be one of the best in Vinales. The gazpacho was very good although some of the pasta was quite stodgy. Do book in advance as queues are quite Long at mealtimes.