Cuba Absolutely Review: December 2012
This is a pleasant enough place tucked into a quiet Vedado street. This is one of the few places with prices in Cuban pesos although once translated you are still paying CUC 3-5 for a main course. It is a pleasant enough atmosphere if a bit quiet and it is the sort of place that if you make a connection with the owner, you will keep going back to have a chat.
The food is OK; try the chicken soup for a starter. Main courses include the house speciality, Filete Uruguayo de Cerdo (pork steak stuffed with ham and cheese), ajiaco (root vegetable stew) and tamales to accompany a variety of meat and fish dishes.
This is one of those places, which run the risk of being left behind with the explosion of new paladares. That would be a shame, but it is definitely not really a destination place.