Cuban cuisine is a subtle panacea of mixtures, products and ways of cooking imported across history by immigrants: French, Spanish, Americans, Chinese and Africans. It is the product of the encounter between European colonialists and indigenous and african slaves. It is a bountiful and creative cuisine, with infinite variations in form and in basic ingredients. Spices, herbs, rum and sugar are everywhere as they are in most Caribbean cuisine. Cuban cuisine is always innovative and incessantly creative.
Our guide lists some of the Cuban restaurants in Cuba. In those restaurants you could enjoy fine, well-crafted Cuban cuisine.