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Kulinarische Tipps in Havanna

Cocktail-Bar
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“This place can be very busy. If you love tranquillity, then stay away. But if you are looking for the most genuine Havana's culture and vibe, then do not miss out. It has been very famous, since its foundation, for the Cuban typical dishes, i.e. black beans, fried pork chunks and fried banana. Ernest Hemingway made it popular for becoming a frequent client and a lover of the Mojito cocktail they offer.”
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Kubanisches Restaurant
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“Only in Havana! The entrance to the city's most legendary private restaurant greets you like a scene out of a 1940s film noir. A decapitated statue at the bottom of a grand but dilapidated staircase leads up past lines of drying clothes to a wooden door, behind which lie multiple culinary surprises. La Guarida's lofty reputation was first fermented in the 1990s when it was used as a location for the Oscar-nominated film Fresa y Chocolate. Not surprisingly, the food is still up there with Havana's best, shoehorning its pioneering brand of Nueva Cocina Cubana into dishes such as rabbit pâté and oxtail risotto. Reservations recommended.”
160 Einheimische empfehlen
Kubanisches Restaurant
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“In der Bar El Floridita soll der Daiquiri, ein Cocktail aus Rum, Zucker und Limettensaft erfunden worden sein und gilt als ihr Signature Drink. Besonders durch Ernest Hemingway gewann die Bar und der Daiquiri an Bekanntheit, wobei Hemingway stets seine eigene Variante des Cocktails mit der doppelten Menge Grapefruitsaft und Maraschino ohne Zucker getrunken haben soll, den er Papa Doble nannte. Von Hemingway stammt der Ausspruch: „My Mojito in La Bodeguita, my Daiquiri in El Floridita“[1] („Meinen Mojito in der Bodeguita, meinen Daiquiri in der Floridita“). An der Theke im Barraum des El Floridita sitzt eine 2003 von José Villa Soberón geschaffene bronzene Figur von Hemingway, die von den Bar”
172 Einheimische empfehlen
Italienisches Restaurant
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“immer was los - das längste Sofa der Karibik. Man sollte sich aber sicherheitshalber seine Rum etc. mitbringen.”
115 Einheimische empfehlen
Spanisches Restaurant
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“In my opinion the best place to eat in Havana. The food is of excellent quality, a wide wine selection, the service is efficient and you really get value for money. It's located opposite the Capitol. It will take you 15 to 20 minutes to walk from our place. You don't need to book so far ahead. Usually there's a little queue at the entrance. You'll be in after 15 to 20 minutes. But if you're definitely queue-impatient, then book on-line. Use the website shown. Note there are steep stairs to go up to the first floor. If you can't handle it, then rather visit D'Lirios, which is on the ground floor and also on this guidebook.”
125 Einheimische empfehlen
Kubanisches Restaurant
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“Keep it simple. The secret at Doña Eutimia is that there is no secret. Just serve decent-sized portions of incredibly tasty Cuban food. The ropa vieja – shredded beef – and minced beef picadillo both deserve mentions. Doña Eutimia was the first private restaurant to grace this small cul-de-sac near the cathedral. Now, there are at least five other restaurants and a rugby scrum of jineteros (hustlers) trying to lure you in (avoid them and you'll save money). ”
88 Einheimische empfehlen
Kubanisches Restaurant
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“El Cocinero is just as much about the Havana art scene as it is about food.  The restaurant makes use of half of a 100-year-old, and long abandoned, cooking oil factory along the Almendares River, between the Vedado and Miramar neighborhoods. The factorys landmark 200-foot-tall red brick chimney is now home to a spiral staircase that ascends to an intimate dining room.  Subtle lighting, black and white photography, and smooth jazz over a Bose sound system to set the mood.  ”
90 Einheimische empfehlen
Nachtclub
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“Only 10 minutes away by car is the best cabaret of the Caribbean .. El Tropicana is a cabaret in Havana, Cuba. It was launched on December 30, 1939 at the Villa Mina in Marianao and next door to El Colegio de Belen where Fidel Castro went to school. The Tropicana Cabaret is located in a lush, tropical garden six-acre estate.”
87 Einheimische empfehlen
Tapas-Restaurant
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“Gutes Preis-Leistungsverhältnis für Habana Vieja. Achtung: Es gibt oft eine Warteschlange.”
69 Einheimische empfehlen
Jazz-Klub
“Sophisticated & bright jazz club on the top floor of a shopping center, with bay views & Cuban fare.”
71 Einheimische empfehlen
Kubanisches Restaurant
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“Hier hat Barack Obama gespeist, fantastisches Restaurant zu vernünftigen Preisen”
71 Einheimische empfehlen
Kubanisches Restaurant
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“Nach Restaurantschluss wird die King Bar zum Nachtclub/Bar mit gemischter Musik (nicht nur Salsa und Reggaeton).”
57 Einheimische empfehlen
Kubanisches Restaurant
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“Upscale restaurant with patio/rooftop views. Calle M # 257 | 19 y 21 Vedado, Havana (7-831-2090) ”
45 Einheimische empfehlen
Karibisches Restaurant
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“Good food, good service and a bakery, all at a reasonable price. Walking distance from our apartment. ”
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Restaurant
“The Sarao's Bar is a magnificent space in the center of El Vedado where you can enjoy a pleasant time at any time of the day or night, with a la carte service and table of international cuisine and various tapas.”
48 Einheimische empfehlen
Restaurant
“A decidedly un-Cuban venue in Havana, Santy is an open-air, palatial Mediterranean/sushi restaurant on the docks of the Rio Jaimanitas. It’s technically “hidden” (if you don’t look up the address on Google Maps, that is) but that doesn’t mean the house isn’t packed with tourists and locals alike any given evening. Don’t expect VIP service here: it’s quick and laid-back. Who hasn’t dreamed of munching California rolls 3ft away from Cuban boats and fishermen?”
22 Einheimische empfehlen