Had one of the best sandwiches I had at this restaurant. I had tuna sandwich and my fiancé had ham and cheese. It was a great place for lunch as food is well prepared and service is fast. unlike some of the other restaurants, you get Cubans coming in to eat.
You also have the theatre of garlic and cigar...
Good thing we dropped by here. This is a government run restaurant. The food was not expensive. Under $2.00 CUC person and plenty of change to spare. The drinks are good and cold and was about $1.00 each. Keep the tab or pay as you buy your drink or they will over charge you for the drinks.
nice place for a cold beer, the beer and bottle of rum is about the same price as in the shops, here they serve it cold. We sat here till the rain stopped. We went down the road to exchange our money in the bank.
This is a basic Cuban cafeteria, nothing special, but it is clean, the employees are pleasant enough, and the food is not terrible. It's more popular with locals than it is with tourists, although you'll see all kinds of people here. Lots of people seem to come hang out with friends and drink beer, but it's not loud and rowdy....