Cuban Food

Cuban cooking is rooted in Spanish and African cuisine, though it takes much influence from its surrounding Caribbean community. Interestingly, with a Chinatown thriving in Havana and positive relations with the Chinese, Cuban cuisine has also been influenced by the far east.

There are plenty of Cuban-specific dishes that pull on these three influences to serve up flavorful beef, poultry, pork, seafood, veggies and fruit in a blend of spices and flavors that tantalize the taste buds. Cuban coffee, most often served as espresso, is widely considered the best in the world.

The local rum is also famously delicious for liquor fans. Cuban mojitos, made with fresh mint and lime, are amazingly refreshing. The state-controlled beer, however, is considered a bit of a failure by ale lovers but, when served cold, it does the job regardless.

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