After the visiting the Yayabo River’s bridge, only remnant of its kind from the colonial period of Cuba, you can head toward a modest tavern that rises on Jesus Menéndez street #106, in Sancti Spiritu. Opened every day from 9 a.m. to 23.00 p.m. o’clock, it promises to surprise its visitors with a variety of tapas and typical Iberian plates.
The cuisine’s specialty is without doubts the plates made with fresh cheeses, sausages and olives, seasoned with a special secrets of the Cuban cookery.
The Tavern Yayabo recreates the decoration of the typical Spanish taverns, existing a variety of spaces where to refresh oneself, either sitting in the bar, in the interior little tables or enjoying a good wine in the terrace from where you can see to the majestic River Yayabo.
They are few the places that achieve such an original composition as the Yayabo Tavern, where not only the quality of the specialized food excuses a second visit if not also, but also the desire of returning to such a welcoming place again, where the client will always be received like at home.