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Cuba offers a mosaic of dishes as the result of the confluence of several cultures such as Spaniards, Africans, aboriginals and some small migratory that´s why aboriginal products, Spanish and Africans components, added elements from Chinese are part of Cuban cusine. Cuban gastronomy came into being through the fusion of all ingredients represented by traditional staples such as rice and beans.
Popular imagination named as “paladares” these small private restaurants that offer great dishes in atmospheres that generally reflect their owners’ good taste. The name originally came from a Brazilian TV soap opera in which its protagonist opens a restaurant under the name Paladar (Portuguese and Spanish for palate).These establishments can be found at private homes, in a manor´s garden, in apartment’s dining room or in a house´s main floor.
  Some dishes very popular of the menu:
Ropa Vieja: Minced beef, particularly Havana style.
Congri o Moros y Cristianos: Rice and black beans.
Tostones: Fried green plantain.
 Cerdo asado: typical roasted pork.

 

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Good to know

 Cuban convertible pesos (CUC) is the official money in Cuba. At foreign exchange outlets CADECA, you can buy/sell Cuban convertible pesos (CUC).There are CADECAs all over the country for changing foreign currency into Cuban convertible pesos. Most hotels have a currency exchange office too. US dollars are no longer in circulation, for CADECA US dollar is 10 percent tax when exchanging it for Cuban currency.
 Bacal, Transcard, Visa and MasterCard credit cards are accepted as long as they are not issued by American banks.
Cuba is primarily a cash economy. Wherever you go, you have to pay in cash. Credit cards are only accepted in hotels.
If you bring euros the official exchange varied, at the present is approximate 1 euro x 1.06 CUC in CADECAs.

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