This site is a little remote, set several kilometers away from the town of Baracoa, but as it happens, it is totally worth the ride. It is in essence a bucolic restaurant by the shores of the river Toa, the mightiest of the entire island, though the zone where the restaurant sits is not at the river’s widest segment.
It offers a first hand experience of the wonderful nature characteristic of the landscapes of the Cuban East, contemplating the land’s rolling hills, its fauna and singular vegetation, and also indulging in bathing in the river’s cool waters while waiting for lunch or dinner.
The restaurant consists of a large ranchón (rustic thatched-roof structure) where one can sample the most traditional Cuban food, more often than not flavored with ingredients native to the region such as coconut milk and the like.
Addres: Carretera Baracoa-Moa km 8