Located right next to the town’s main square, this establishment provides easy access to strangers. The restaurant occupies an large ancient home dating back to the mid XVIII century, so regardless of the culinary marvels that have rendered it one of the city’s main gastronomic highlights, it also possesses the appeal of allowing visitors enjoying a meal to have the opportunity of taking in the architectonic particularities that capture the feel of the town’s bygone era.
The Restaurante Museo 1514 exhibits and even employs crockery, cutlery and all sort of tableware antiques (approximately 200 years old) as part of the dinner service accompanying meals; naturally the pieces have been properly restored and polished so as to appear like they're brand new. Using vintage silver cutlery, platters and fine European porcelain dishes can result in a very welcome treat to anyone.
Address: Calle Desengaño 15, Trinidad, Cuba
Telephone: 53 41 994255