We paid about AU25 for grilled seafood and it was overcooked and salty. The place is in a good location but I feel the reviews were overly rated.
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We had a wonderful evening at Finca del Mar. It was a hot day and this was a beautiful oasis with great food. Some in our group said this was the favorite place we ate at in Cuba. The restaurant was right on the water...More
We arrived when it was quite quiet but it soon got busy.t here aren't many staff but they are all working well as a team and have perfect order of service. We even saw the owner running dishes out. The view was great although we...More
Went here for dinner in June, just before sunset. It is a beautiful spot and the restaurant was busy. The staff spoke good English and were very attentive. I had a curried chicken and my partner had fish. It wasn't absolutely amazing but it was...More
We went for a walk to decide where to eat dinner and found this wonderful restaurant. It is a very contemporary restaurant looking on to the Malecon. We ate the fish and the prawns and they were well presented and delicious and so was the...More
This paladares is an excellent restaurant. The food and beverages were excellent. The location by the water is scenic. The service impeccable and the staff was wonderful. The aesthetics of the restaurant are quite pleasing also
Went here for lunch and it was great experience. The food seems more modern than in other places and is presented in a very appealing manner. The waiter was friendly and the menue also offered a nice wine selection. All in all it is a...More
This was probably the best seafood restaurant we visited in Cuba. The lobster and prawns were of excellent quality. Good wine. The terrace is pleasant and faces the sea. The service was very professional. The price was very reasonable - lower than in some lesser...More
We had dinner there and it was amazing. The food was of very good quality and the service did us please. Nevertheless, prices are expensive, especially in Cuba but it's worth to go there once.
We stumbled upon this place while walking back to downtown Cien fuegos after visiting Punta Gorda. It is a pleasant setting, right on the water, and open/outdoors. However, we gotten eaten alive by mosquitos as soon as we sat down! Additionally, the chorizo appetizer was...More