Restaurant El Castillo de Farnes, It is located in the colonial area of Havana, in the middle of a group of calm plazas and narrow streets.
A commemorative plaque on the corner of Monserrate and Obrapía testifies to the age of this restaurant -founded in 1896- where you can certainly find most of the more typical plates from the Iberian Peninsula, with more than a century of culinary activity It offers a fast and pleasant service of Spanish food and shellfish based dishes, sausages, sandwiches and Spanish products; appetizing oysters and fresh fish, desserts such as the fritters, sautés and doughnuts.
All the more typical Spanish dishes are available, including "fabada" and "cocido"
The surroundings are decorated in the best Spanish tradition, aided by a group of musicians who perform well known songs and dances of the Galician, Andalusian and Catalan tradition
The walls still have a colonial appearance and are adorned with Spanish paintings, posters of famous bullfighters and scarf hanging from racks.