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. You’ll think you’ve woken up in San Francisco…
Of the ranchón-style 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.
Quite possibly the cheapest lobster in Cuba is served on Don Oliva's secluded covered patio; the price comes in at around CUC$5, and it's not bad either. Not surprisingly this is a refreshingly untouristed private r…
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.
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.
Cute paladar (privately owned restaurant) serving unusual (for Artemisa) dishes including crab and bistec uruguayo (Uruguayan steak). Favored by locals.
This ranchón-style set-up offers beer and snacks under a small thatched canopy overlooking Lago Palmar. The Serafina and Las Delicias trailheads are here.
This simple place next to the Baños Romanos is one of the few independent eating options outside Soroa's hotels and casas particulares. It serves basic Cuban food, high on bulk, if low on taste.
The community's fish specialist is suspended on stilts above Lago del San Juan where you can work up an appetite on a kayak first.