Restaurante la Divina Pastora
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Restaurante la Divina Pastora information
Lonely Planet review
Near the Dársena de los Franceses and a battery of 18th-century cannons lies one of the big guns of Cuban cooking. Eschewing the iron rations of yore, La Divina Pastora offers homemade pasta, sun-dried tomatoes, pesto-doused vegetables and excellent seafood. To top it off, there are waiters with savoir faire and a credible wine list.