This place was a hidden gem. We came for the mojitos but we're blown away by the food. By far one of the most delicious meals I had while in Habana. As far we're concerned the restaurant will forever be known as Shrimpy's.
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We ate here twice during our stay, not because it was amazing but three second evening we were eating late after a long journey from trinidad (made even longer by being stopped by the police three times!). It was one of the few restaurants open...More
We randomly found this place while trying to go to another restaurant with a super long wait. We waited about 3 minutes to be seated here and ate in the terrace. We ordered their famous mojitos and they were amazing! One of the only places...More
We heard that the state restaurants should be avoided but we enjoyed this one. The food was reasonably priced as were the drinks (2 CUCs each for mojitos), and the food was pretty good (though the lobster was somewhat tough). Service was friendly and prompt,...More
This old corner restaurant is very Cuban - relaxed, an interior courtyard, and a limited menu simply presented. Live music is often available, making this a good introduction to eating in Cuba.
Looking for a spot to listen to music and have a few beverages, I discovered the back room lounge at Hanoi. Hidden in the depths of the restaurant, the lounge has a handful of tables and a cramped spot for musicians to perform. That said,...More
Good food, good prices but smaller portions than others restaurants we went to in Old Havana. Had chicken Supreme and Shrimp in garlic sauce. I could tell the shrimp was frozen and was disappointed.
I followed the TripAdvisor reviewed and went to this restaurant. I may have been in not a good day. We ordered the specials which has lobster, shrimps and fish. All the food was overcooked, with no taste at all. I could not even eat the...More
We were drawn here as it was just a couple of doors down and had a vegetarian option on the menu, which Chris found tasty. I had camarones enchilado which is prawns in tomato sauce and they were good too. They said their mojitos were...More