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Paladar escogido por Barack Obama para cenar con toda su familia durante su visita a Cuba en 2016. Al parecer preferido por los políticos, en sus mesas también se han deleitado la expresidenta de Chile, Michel Bachelet, y el exmandatario uruguayo José Mujica. Pero el mundo del entretenimiento no se…
Located in an old mansion with several dining rooms furnished in antiques, this paladar offers a unique ambience and dining experience. The only restaurant that Barack Obama visited during his trip to Havana.
Restaurante elegido por Barack Obama, también por importantes músicos y artistas del mundo.
The restaurant has a museum-worthy interior crowded with old photos, animal skins, and a Santería altar flaked by pictures of Maceo and Martí.
The pleasant atmosphere, the proper air conditioning, plus its gourmet, international and Cuban food, have turned the San Cristóbal restaurant into an obligatory reference for foreign and national visitors despite its high prices. The former President of the United States, Barack Obama, visited the…
Muy buena gastronomía y atención, barrio atípico..., dónde menos imaginas un restaurante
The former president of USA, Barack Obama, chose that place to have dinner with his family
Amazing Cuban food, one of the most iconic places (where Obama ate during his visit to Cuba)
“A stunning place, very friendly and helpful staff. A space full of luxury, comfort, where the present and the past of the Cuban capital meet. It was the scene where the famous Cuban film 'Strawberry&Chocolate' was filmed.”
“It is the ideal place to enjoy the sunset by the sea and a beautiful view of the city! ”
“Brilliant place. Friendly staff, good and reasonable priced cocktails. Food splendid, try the Cuban meat balls. Very pleasant atmosphere. Reasonably priced. Random almost hidden location but in plains sight from the Malecon, excellent modern space with innovative takes on Cuban classics, great service, very good food, very good value, highly recommend for dinner or lunch if you're out around the malecon.”