Plantains feature heavily in Cuban cuisine, and you’ll very quickly find out what tostones are. For the uninitiated, they are flattened pieces of plantain fried until they’re crispy and are eaten like a potato chip, often served with a dip.
These pork burgers can be had for $1.50 each, and they’re pretty tasty. Topped off with a ring of pineapple or cream cheese and strawberry marmalade, they’re a filling meal.
For those with a sweet tooth, these little pies are served as a dessert and have shredded coconut baked into them. At $0.15 a pop, they’re a cheap way to get a quick energy boost.
Guavas are everywhere on the island, and they’re quite often to be found in these milkshakes. Refresh yourself for just $0.15.
These basic egg sandwiches are a popular breakfast food when you’re in a hurry. You might need two or three to feel full, but they’re a bargain at $0.60 each.
These deep-fried dough sticks coated in sugar definitely aren’t the healthiest thing around, but they make for a good treat after a meal.
These incredibly thin slices of plaintain are fried in oil and sold by the bag at the side of the street. They’re not very filling, but they might keep you going until you can find something more substantial.
This delicious dish is made from taro mixed with egg and crushed garlic, then deep fried. They’re a tasty way to fill a hole while you wander around Havana.