Seafood restaurants in Santiago De Cuba
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If the congenial fishers on Cayo Granma don't corner you beforehand, this is the island's only state-run place, serving seafood in a classic clapboard house suspended over the water on El Cayo island south of the center.
Readjust your Cuban food preconceptions before you walk into España, one of three new Moneda Nacional eating houses on the same street that specializes in seafood cooked with panache and – on occasion – fresh herbs. Try the lobster or tangy prawns, but bypass the Cuban wine which is almost undrinkable.