IN­SU­LA­RITY AND HA­VA­NAN TAS­TE (PART II)

Excelencias Gourmet - - Habana 500 -

Due to its de­li­ca­te tex­tu­res, nu­tri­tio­nal va­lues and subtle aro­mas and fla­vors, sea­food is inevi­tably lin­ked to hau­te cui­si­ne and the re­fi­ne­ment that good ea­ting brings about.

In Ha­va­na, the­re are re­now­ned res­tau­rants that spe­cia­li­ze in of­fers ba­sed on fish and sea­food, such as La Te­rra­za de Co­jí­mar, east of the ca­pi­tal; Don Can­gre­jo, in the neigh­bor­hood of Mi­ra­mar; Santy Pes­ca­dor, in the town of Jai­ma­ni­ta, north­west coast.

In the sa­me way, se­ve­ral es­ta­blish­ments that dish out the best food mo­ney can buy in­clu­de se­lec­ted sea­food pre­pa­ra­tions in their me­nus, so­me of them ins­pi­red by per­so­na­li­ties of li­te­ra­tu­re and the arts.

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