Paladar Doña Eutimia
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You can eat magical, traditional Cuban home cooking of the highest standard here. It’s outfitted beautifully in vintage furnishings and antique lamps, and the music is in tune with the space. The service is nice, and the kitchen stands out for the excellence of its food. All the meals are delicious, but I love the fish croquettes as an appetizer and the grilled chicken breast as a main course, with a side order of the extraordinary black beans.
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Tucked into the far end of a cobbled alley leading off the Plaza de La Cathedral this homely restaurant serves simple Cuban food with reasonable prices, and is always full! Callejón del Chorro e/ San Ignacio y Final, Plaza de la Catedral, Habana Vieja (7-801-3332)
Doña Eutimia was the first private paladar to open up in the small cul-de-sac off Cathedral Square. The ropa vieja (shredded beef), roast pork, and garlic octopus come highly recommended.
If you fancy Cuban cuisine, this is the place for you. Their "Ropa Vieja" (lamb shredded meat) and their "Mojito Frappé" are unforgettable!!
At the heart of Havana, in the Callejon del Chorro, near the Cathedral, the Doña Eutimia palate mixes the modern and familiar. The restaurant's name is a tribute to Eutimia, a lady who lived across the square and who used to cook for the artists in the Taller Experimental de Grafica artists such as…
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…
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“Located in the former Presidential Palace, with the boat Granma on display in front of the museum. The former ''Presidential Palace' was designed by the Cuban architect Rodolfo Maruri and the Belgian architect Paul Belau who also designed the Centro Gallego, presently the Gran Teatro de La Habana. The "Presidential Palace" was inaugurated in 1920 by President Mario García Menocal. It remained the Presidential Palace until the Cuban Revolution of 1959. The building has Neo-Classical elements, and was decorated by Tiffany Studios of New York City.”
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“With a great rooftop terrace, a retro-style interior and cocktails to die for (letʼs do not forget to mention the food is fabulous), you may well find yourself eating there on more than one occasion.”
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