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Numero uno in Ciego's culinary greatest hits...
Consider hunting in Parque de la Ciudad for restaurant innovation...
Quite possibly the cheapest quality food in Cuba. This small, airy place serves four set dishes for just CUC$1.50. But it's far tastier than your standard fried-chicken ration...
A bartender named Eladio invented the Coctel Don Pepe here (two shots of orange juice, 1.5 shots of white rum and half a shot of crème de menthe, stirred) back in the day...
City-center joint on 12th floor of the rather ugly Doce Plantas building...
A dependable national chain with affordable food and efficient service. The open-fronted sitting area on the Carretera Central is less than salubrious, but the food's adequate for a pre-bus-journey snack.
Alright, so it’s not dim sum; but if you haven’t yet tried chicken chow mien with a mysterious Cuban twist then you haven’t really been to Ciego de Ávila.
Best of the city's new paladares, say locals. Chicken, pork, beef and various seafood dishes: house special is the filling spaghetti neopolitano .
For bread, look no further than this old stalwart, which also displays tempting sweet pastries.
This vegetable market is located in a blemished part of town below the overpass.
Sells groceries in one of Ciego's grandest fin de siècle buildings.
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