this seafront restaurant/bar is an unassuming (I guess most things are on Little Corn) and very pleasant little open-air affair, hosted by a welcoming local lady, "supported" by her husband from Santiago de Cuba. Her name was something like Taima and his, Rolando .. together they put together an understatedly spot-hitting performance of locally-inspired culinary delights and caribbean cocktails. If you want the Ropa Vieja (Cuban dish of pulled stewed beef in tomato-based sauce) you must order in advance. This place happens to be the only place on the island you can get a half decent coffee, by the way, and it's not open all the time. All in all, well worth una visita, or two!
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