Right across te street from the Parque Agramonte, this is a large dinning hall with maybe 20 tables and it gets full at lunch and dinner times. It's packed full of Cubans enjoying a brake from the kitchen fare at home and it has maybe 10 items on the menu, mostly chicken and fish, with 3 pork and one beef dish. It comes with rice, green salad and fried plantain or potatoes, sometimes gooey, boiled cassava and is under 5 CUC a plate. No AC, only fans and open-wall periphery with columns make it breezy and not very hot. It's state-run so small portions and an "eat it and beat it" attitude from the bored, uninterested staff; When I tipped the waitress just under 1 CUC, the remainder of the 10 CUC note I paid for our lunch with, she just about dropped her cookies. The beer, Tinima, was cold but American-weak. There was nothing particular about this place that would draw me back ever, but the food went down just fine.
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