This was our first meal in Cuba, and we were very concerned about Cuban cuisine and how our eight days would go. The all-vegetarian meal featured odd pairings and little flavor. If given a choice, we wouldn't return.
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Although not a vegetarian myself, I frequently eat in vegetarian restaurants. The presentation of the offerings in this tiny home restaurant was very artistic and had interesting combinations of local organic materials. In general many of the dishes were a bit bland although some of...More
We stayed at Hotel Moka in Las Terrazas and had dinner here. We ordered several dishes including a potato cream soup, bread roll, black beans, pasta, fried rice and boliche. The food was fresh and flavorful. The only issues we had were no highchairs and...More
Wow - this was such a surprise in he small eco reserve of Las Terrazas. Although we stayed in La Moka Hotel we ate here twice as the quality and taste of he food was so unique and so delicious. The dips were absolutely Devine...More
Beautiful restaurant with mild views and a creative vegetarian menu. Everything we had was nice and this must be the best place to eat in Terazzas.
We were the only people eating here in the 1,5hr we were there. At least 3 of our first food choices were not available.. we were not much impressed with what we ended up. Food is offered in S-M-L sizes; of which an M is...More
The idea of eating vegetarian in a country like Cuba where it's nowhere possible, made me very excited (since i'm a vegetarian) Unfortunately it was not good.. the food had no flavour :( the meal does not look like the pictures it shows here. My...More
El Romero provided the best food and the best service that we received on our entire trip to Cuba. They have tons of delicious options, and some very creative creations. The cocktails were better than anything we had in Havana. We dined on the small...More
In the small village of Las Terrazas. This restaurant serves excellent vegetarian food (not something we saw often in Cuba). Worth a visit.
Our first drop-in lunchtime visit to La Romero was not a success. After placing our drinks order nothing happened, and we were stuck on an isolated table away from the main body of the restaurant and terrace. We eventually gave up, and when we managed...More