Avenida del Puerto, esquina Narciso López
El Templete restaurant takes its name from the nearby monument that, erected in 1828, stands as an icon for the foundation of San Cristobal de la Habana Village in 1519. As a formal restaurant, opened up doors by 1928 and 1931, no many years after was a well-known as a seafood restaurant where bachelor and banquets had peculiar spaces. With its splendid view of Havana bay and wide seafood variety became one of the most popular places in the late 1940's.
Blessed by the 2004 foundation celebrations, just when San Cristobal de La Habana arrived to its 485 anniversary, this house re-opened its gates in order to revitalize this typical seafood tradition existing, as in the same ambiance, several decades before.
Now turned into a unique gallery since 2006, as a singular style of its own decoration, the restaurant exhibits works by relevant Cuban Artists, where both culture plastic arts and nice cuisine, come together to reflect an exclusive and attractive atmosphere.
Price: 20-25 cuc por pax
Open Hours: 12:00am-12:00m
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