Because Cuba has rationed food and has limited agriculture, food does not vary much in Cuba. You can count on black beans and rice (called moros y cristianos) in just about every restaurant in Cuba. Pork and plantains are also staples. Of course, on the coast you can expect more seafood options. Other than that, don’t expect a huge variety in your diet while you visit Cuba.
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