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There’s a reason why Escudo de Cuba has become one of Dalston’s top places for dinner, garnering rave reviews from Londoners across the city – simply put, the restaurant offers London’s best traditional Cuban cuisine in a positively charming atmosphere. Situated on Stoke Newington Road, close to Dalston Kingsland Station, this foodie favourite is open seven days a week from midday until midnight serving up Cuban classics ranging from empanadas to arepas, and everything in between.
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Delicious. Authentic Cuban food in a great atmosphere. Will go again.
Lovely atmosphere, strong cocktails, good food and tequila on the house. What more could you want?
As usual Escudo de Cuba was amazing. Thank you to all the kind staff that made my birthday meal a great one.
Award-winning head chef Marcas of Escudo de Cuba has already made a name for himself throughout London with his former restaurant Cuba Libre. Now, he’s proud to be leading one of the finest cooking crews in London and is passionate about sharing the joys of eating Cuban cuisine with Dalston locals. And it’s not just the food that Escudo de Cuba on Dalston’s Stoke Newington Road does right – the restaurant is also well known for its inventive cocktail menu (try the revolution punch) and its selection of delicious sangrias.
At Escudo de Cuba in Dalston, many dishes are served tapas-style, making it easy for you to mix and match. We recommend starting with small plates like platano maduro con guacamole (fried ripe plantain gratin with guacamole) or the calamares fritos (fried calamari) before sampling hearty mains such as the bistec de falda, a seasoned chargrilled skirt steak served with vegetables, spicy potatoes and a homemade spicy green sauce. Dining with your significant other? Be sure to split the paella de la casa for two, served with an array of seafood, chicken and chorizo. Don’t get left out in the rain – reserve a table at London’s Escudo de Cuba now.