Revolución de Cuba

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Revolución de Cuba
Revolución de Cuba
Culzean House, 28–36 Renfield Street, Glasgow, G2 1LU
  • Telephone 01414040410
  • Bar open Mon–Sat 11am–midnight; Sun 1pm–midnight.
  • Food served Mon–Sat 11am–10pm; Sun 1pm–10pm.
  • Pre-theatre times Mon–Sun 3–7pm.
  • Average price £17.50 (lunch); £17.50 (evening meal)
  • Pre-theatre price £9.95
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A lively spot for South American influenced food, drink, music and dancing.

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This big, airy bar and restaurant is full of colourful, earthy tones and Mexican-style tiles. It manages to pull of an authentic, yet stylish look, with Cuban music plink plonking in the background and a chic crowd. The food is loosely based on a Latin American format, such as chicken enchiladas or Cuban paella, though the range of burgers and sandwiches are a bit more Western than you might expect. While the tapas – like Iberico Ham croquettes, patatas bravas or roasted chorizo – are definitely from the wrong continent. The shredded pork burrito is enormous, though you may have to hunt through a lot of dry rice to find the meat; however, the tortilla chips and refried beans which come on the side, as well as a calamari starter, show some promise. That said, Revolucion de Cuba may be more the type of place to show off your Cuban moves over a rum cocktail or four than somewhere to seek out serious South American cuisine.

  • High point: Nice-looking venue for drinks
  • Low point: The food isn’t exactly a revolution
  • Average price: £17.50 (lunch); £17.50 (dinner)

Nestled on Glasgow’s Renfield Street is Revolución de Cuba; a little spot of Havana in the heart of the city. This centrally located rum bar and cantina promises a taste of the tropics with fantastic food, drinks and live music.

Offering an impressive array of cocktails, worldly rums and freshly prepared, Latin-inspired dishes, serving brunch, light lunch and evening dining. Then, the dancing begins, with terrific live entertainment.

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  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Pre-theatre menu, Live music, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Cuban music
  • Capacity: 500 for drinks, manager not sure how many for food
  • Largest group: 40
  • Open since: 2016
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 13
  • House wine: £16.75 per bottle