We tried the restaurant on Espanola Way. It was lovely. Waitress was particularly helpful. Food was great and although we had to wait a bit, it was all worth it. The only little downside is that it is incredible busy.
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Went to this restaurant based on a recommendation from our hotel staff for a taste of Cuban food. Their "specialty" dish, the chicken, was not much different from a usual roasted chicken.
We had our first South Beach dinner at Havana 1957, at Espanyola Way. We had our last dinner before heading home at the Havana 1957 on Lincoln St. Our choice was not coincidental - We were attracted by the busy but tentative staff and found...More
This was our second time patronizing this establishment. First time we had an appetizer and drinks. This time we had lunch, my lady and I both had the Cubano. Muy Bien! The service was quick and attentive, atmosphere attempted to be reminiscent of pre-Castro era,...More
Nice setting with clean feel of 50's Cuba. All waitresses staff was friendly and caring. Great place to spend slow afternoon although quite pricey for the area. Only 4 stars as radio music should suit the feel of the restaurant: playing modern tunes, often non-latin,...More
Location is great, we loved sitting outside, we also found cheap parking up the street that was very convenient. Food, fresh and delicious but service is outstanding!!! At this place is not hard to tip for such friendly and fun service. Definitely recommending this place...More
When we arrived it seemed like it was full of people but we were able to be accommodated right away. The waitresses and the servers were very nice. We went at night and even then the atmosphere was great and we sat outside which I...More
Great excitement and hustle and bustle to be sat out on the street, there's a real vibe about the place. Waiter was friendly as he rattled through the menu and specials super-quick. Mixed croquettes starter were ok but none of us could tell which were...More
What a great restaurant! My fiance and I ate here for dinner our first night in South Beach. And all I can say is - WOW! Delicious meal that I will never forget. I had the Camarones Al Ajillo - shrimp in a garlic and...More