Best restaurants in Artemisa & Mayabeque Provinces

  • Restaurants in Las Terrazas

    El Romero

    One of Cuba's few full-blown ecorestaurants, El Romero specializes in vegetarian fare, uses solar energy, homegrown organic vegetables and herbs, and keeps its own bees. With over a decade of experience, it's become a deft hand at fabricating cremas (soups), pies, wild rice, tempuras and crepes in a country not overly schooled in meat-free diets.

  • Restaurants in Las Terrazas

    Casa del Campesino

    Of the ranchónes (rustic, open-sided restaurants) dotted around, this one adjacent to the Hacienda Unión, about 3.5km west of the Hotel Moka access road, is a visitor favorite. The only proviso: you'd better like rice and beans.

  • Restaurants in Las Terrazas

    Fonda de Mercedes

    On a terrace beside her home in an apartment block beneath Hotel Moka, Mercedes has been serving up vegetable soup and hearty home-cooked meat and fish dishes for years.

  • Restaurants in Artemisa Province

    Miguel's

    Cute paladar (privately-owned restaurant) serving unusual (for Artemisa) dishes including crab, tamales and bistec uruguayo (Uruguayan steak). Favored by locals.

  • Restaurants in Artemisa Province

    Los Nardis

    Unsignposted, thus hard-to-find, private restaurant a block from the main drag (Av 28 de Enero) that serves unadorned Cuban dishes featuring mucho rice and beans.

  • Restaurants in Las Terrazas

    Rancho Curujey

    This ranchón (rustic, opened-sided restaurant) set-up offers beer and snacks under a small thatched canopy overlooking Lago Palmar. The Serafina and Las Delicias trailheads are here.

  • Restaurants in Las Terrazas

    Casa de Botes

    The community's fish specialist is suspended on stilts above Lago del San Juan – where you can first work up an appetite on a kayak.