Indisputably, one of modern France's greatest treasures is its rich cuisine. The French have an ongoing love affair with food. French cuisine is characterized by its extreme diversity. Despite France's history of centralization ( Paris), each region has its own distinctive specialties: cuisine from North-West France uses butter and cream; Provençal cuisine (from the southeast) favors olive oil and herbs; and eastern French recipes are reminiscent of German cuisine, including sausages, beer and sauerkraut. Wine and cheese are an integral part of French cuisine, both as ingredients and accompaniments.
Our guide lists some of the French restaurants in Cuba. In those restaurants you could enjoy fine, well-crafted French cuisine.