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Little Havana

Little Havana
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Cost
R140 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups, Special occasions, Views
Food
Steak
Payment
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Corkage
R60(one and local champagne)R150(imported champagne) max 4 bottles

Owners description

Although the menu is comprehensive, the main focus is meat and, in particular, steak. There is an array of steaks which are cooked to perfection and they offer grain and grass-fed meat. One of the dishes is a piece of grain-fed rump and a piece of grass-fed rump served together so you get to taste the difference. There are some great starters like marrow bones with crostini and a parsley and caper salad; deconstructed prawn samoosas and fishcakes. The seafood options are equally good.

User reviews

  • Definitely one of the best steaks I have ever had. The service also very good!
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  • Best Pork Belly Makers in Umhlanga. I had a 3 Course Meal Lunch Special. It was sooo amazing. True value for money. The Steak was amazingly done, chips crispy and soft on the inside. I always go there for a special. Amazing Offer. Will definitely be coming back
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  • Little Havana is by far the best steak eat out venue that I've been to in Durban and that's coming from someone who is a seafood lover. Little Havana has managed to change my mind.
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  • Had the most delicious 3 course luncheon with a good glass of wine for the princely sum of R140! Not sure how they get it right, but uts amazing. Good sized portions, delicious food, superb dessert, lively wine, all backed up by brilliant friendly service! Well done!
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  • With the rising cost of eating out these days, it is unfathomable how Little Havana, Umhlanga can offer a lunch special of a 2 course meal with a drink for only R120. Sister restaurant to one of my favourites, Havana Grill at Suncoast, Little Havanna is similarly elegant but relaxed, in crisp white and dark browns, with a deck overlooking Umhlanga Village. Our shared starter was beef strips in a garlic and chilli gravy. Tender strips of beef were cooked in a rich, hearty tomato gravy with a sofrito base. The brushcetta was perfect to lap up all that thick, luscious gravy. My main of slow roasted pork belly was meltingly tender, with an unctuous layer of fat and soft, moist yielding meat below. The crackling was puffed, super crisp and crunchy, making a loud "crack" each time I broke off a piece. The beans had a slight bite to it, just the way I like it and the caramelised onion and mustard cream rounded off the meal beautifully. My friend's meal, however, was a bit of a disappointment. The sole was dry and slightly overcooked. A garlic or lemon butter sauce on the side would have added some much needed moisture and flavour to the meal. We did bring this to the manager's attention and he welcomed the feedback. Dessert of the day was Panna Cotta but as neither of us are a fan, we opted to share a bowl of ice cream and chocolate sauce for dessert. Our waiter is one I will never forget. His name, after all, was Never. Friendly and efficient, he never disappointed, with impeccable service. Overall, a great dining experience.
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Facilities

  • Accepts credit cards
  • Booking required
  • Cocktails
  • Functions
  • Licensed
  • Parking
  • Wheelchair
  • WiFi

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