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La Juliana

26 locals recommend ·

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November 2, 2018
Cuban and Chinese food. Affordable and good quality.
March 9, 2018
Very good restaurant and cafeteria, one right next to the other, the cafeteria its ideal for having snacks, pizza, milk shakes and that kind of food. The restaurant in the other hand it´s perfect to enjoy good Cuban food.
June 21, 2017
Muy buen restaurante de comida cubana, con una cafetería justo al lado, con el mismo nombre y aperitivos increíbles, pizza y batidos. (Very good restaurant of Cuban food, with a cafeteria right next to it, with the same name and incredible snacks, pizza and milkshakes)
Dálida T.
Dálida T.
November 11, 2016
Diverse delicious fast food, from a sandwich to a whole meal
August 30, 2016
The best pizza I ever have tasted in Havana.

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