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Mesón Honda 

Mesón Honda
Calle Oficios No. 53., Old Havana
Tel: 537 861 64 23 537 861 64 25
Type: spanish
Open: noon-midnight daily
A magnificent reproduction of a Spanish inn, including delicious tapas made from regular and blood sausage, pimentos and other tidbits. They go perfectly with a cold beer in a mug or glass of wine from a good year.

Mina 

Mina
Calle Obispo #109, esquina Oficios., Old Havana
Tel: 537 671 0216
Type: Creole
Open: bar and café 24hrs, restaurant 10am-midnight
La Mina is a large rambling complex which includes a sweet shop, bar, café, ice-cream parlour and restaurant. Located right on Plaza de Armas the view of the square is lovely. Unfortunately the food (pork, chicken, fish) and service is unspecial falling into regular tourist class which simply picks up passing trade rather than really attracting people.

Monseigneur 

Monseigneur
Calle O, esquina 21., Vedado
Tel: 537 832 9884
Type: Creole
Open: noon-1am daily
Monseigneur is an ice-cold, dimly lit world of fake marble, artificial flowers, kitsch statues, and grand piano. It falls into the typical Cuban state restaurant category with average food at reasonable prices and uninspiring service.

Pabellón del Tesoro 

Pabellón del Tesoro
Avenida 5ta esquina 248, Marina Hemingway., Playa
Tel: 537 204 1150
Type: Chinese
Open: noon-midnight
A new development, this is a great Chinese option if you are around the marina or somewhere close. Located at the end of one of the jetties the food offers an excellent alternative to Chinatown, especially if you value peace and quiet over the hustle of Chinatown.

Pan.com 

Pan.com
Calle 7ma, esquina 26., Playa
Tel: 537 204 2328
Type: Creole
Open: Open 10am-12am Mon-Thu, 10am-2pm Fri-Sun
Don't expect to be able to use a wireless internet connection here but do expect good quality simple sandwiches delivered quickly and efficiently in a clean and popular environment. Three different types of bread and a variety of ingredients including turkey and cream cheese may not sound like much but don't underestimate the value it provides.

Piccolo 

Piccolo
Avenida 5ta #50206, entre 502 y 504, Guanabo., East Havana
Tel: 537 896 4300
Type: italian/caribbean
Open: noon-midnight daily
This is the perfect place to visit after an afternoon at the beach at the weekend. A vegetable garden produces some of Cuba's best tomatoes and an authentic Italian pizza oven delivers a steady stream of the best pizzas in Cuba; try the Diablo. The decor is light Italian kitsch and the atmosphere is relaxed with reasonably efficient service.

Pizza Nova (La Cova) 

Pizza Nova (La Cova)
Avenida 5ta esquina 248, Marina Hemingway., Playa
Tel: 537 204 6969
Type: Italian
Open: Open 12am-12am
If you are out at the Marina Hemingway, Havana's premier marina, then Pizza Nova provides a good option. Thin crust pizza served on a charming outdoor patio overlooking one of the canals makes for a pleasent experience.

Prado y Neptuno 

Prado y Neptuno
Paseo de Martí (Prado), esquina Neptuno., Center Havana
Tel: 537 860 9636
Type: Italian
Open: noon-midnight daily
A chic source of first class Italian food, convenient for supper after the opera or ballet, or for those in need of good solid sustenance and ice-cold beer after a long morning's viewing of the Museo de Bellas Artes. The restaurant's interior was designed by Roberto Gottardi of National Art School fame and it’s a cut above most modern Havana eateries, a relief to both eye and taste buds if you’re all-frijoled-out. Further decorative delight is supplied by the pulchritudinous punters propping upthe bar.

Primavera 

Primavera
Calle Paseo #406, entre 17 y 19., Vedado
Tel: 537 831 2823
Type: Cuban/Caribbean
Open: 11am-midnight Mon-Fri, 11am-2am Sat
f you like interior design then a table for dinner at this exquisite mansion built in the 1920’s by the wealthy Catalina Lasa is a must. The food is pretty standard fare but the house is to die for. You may eat at the marble table literally built into the room, admire the marble floor, central fountain, mirror wall and intricately designed iron-grill windows.

Rancho Palco 

Rancho Palco
Calle 140, esquina 19, Cubanacán., Playa
Tel: 537 208 9346
Type: Creole
Open: noon-11pm
Opposite La Finca, the attraction of Rancho Palco is really as a venue for large scale events (US agricultural delegations seem to like it). The eating area is very large within both an outside and inside airconditioned area with the food (especially fish) good but unspectcaular.

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