update your settings
Forgive them the kitschy name, Chicken Little could yet make it big...
This paladar is a bit of an open secret among habaneros, some of whom consider it to be the best pizza restaurant in Cuba...
A rancho -style restaurant just steps from the east end of Boca Ciega beach with a thatched roof and open sides...
On a tiny island in the Laguna Itabo, this place serves lobster, shrimp and grilled fish in an open-air locale. There's a live show here every Saturday and Sunday at 3pm that you can enjoy for the price of a drink.
Tucked just off the roundabout by the international clinic. This secluded little place is surprisingly upscale for this neck of the woods. Serves good seafood at reasonable prices.
This is a spick-and-span place almost in Guanabo, with a full wine rack (French and Californian), checkered tablecloths and a good version of chicken cordon bleu.
When the Guanabo pizza gets too much, head to this thatched-roof, beach-style restaurant about 50m from the sand. It specializes in seafood.
Located near Villa los Pinos, this place contains a surprisingly delicious pizza-fest, plus cannelloni, lasagna, salads and spaghetti.
This paladar is still going strong, hidden away on the hill (near Calle 476). It's enthusiastically recommended by locals.
Bargain-basement price and quality gets you pizza for CUC$1.50 and up per slice if you can handle the grubby tables.
Lackluster outlet of the sometimes good local snack chain. Try the milkshakes.
Panadería D’Prisa is the place for pastries and light snacks.
One of the many small grocery stores is Minisuper La Barca.
This small grocery store is opposite Hotel Tropicoco.
Tienda Villa Los Pinos is a small grocery store.
Ice cream by the beach.
and receive a
on your next guidebook purchase
Lonely Planet. All rights reserved. No part of this site may be reproduced without our written permission.