Café El Mercurio

This fine restaurant has uoholstered beanches inside, tables wobbling on the uneven cobblestones in the square outside.

La Torre de Marfil

Lacquered screens, low tables and red lanterns reflect the influence of the Chinese inmigrants who arrived in Cuba in the XIX century.


All the specialities of the arab world on a single menu: kebabs, tabbouluh, etc.

Bodegón Onda

High ceilings, balauster windows and rustic wooden tables, all set off by old photos of a pretty Spanish village called Onda.

Mirador de la Bahía

The view takes in the harbor, the fortresses and the Christ of Havana.