What a nice treat. We stopped in a few times during our week in Havana. The price is great. 1 CUC for one scoop. It was super clean and a good selection of flavors.
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This place was clean, inviting and the employees were professional and spoke great English. This customer service was outstanding and the ice cream flavors absolutely delicious. It wasn't as close to the traditional Cuban ice cream I had expected, but it was still surprisingly good....More
Before our visit, this small ice cream shop was listed as the #1 restaurant in Havana. It's hard not to please as an ice cream stand, but this stand, uh, stands out. There's not much right around it but if you find it there are...More
We saw this place on TripAdvisor and knew we had to give it a try. Havana is fun, but with kids, occasionally you need a break from the traffic, touring and learning. The quality of the ice cream rivals what you find in Europe and...More
We went to Helad'oro everyday. sometimes twice. It was that good. They change their flavors daily. my favorite was Mojito and coconut, My son had the oreo and white chocolate and my husband liked the coffee.
After having an unprecedented amount of ice cream during my month trip through Cuba, I can guarantee that this ice cream is the best I tasted!! The m&m flavour, cookie flavour, white chocolate flavour and Nutella brownie flavour were all amazing (I have an ice...More
We almost accidentally bumped on the facade of this recommended ice parlour that is a bit hidden in the centre of Old Havana.In a modern interior we were offered a wide variety of ice cream and sorbets.We tasted the mojito sorbet and chocolate and dulce...More
A small little ice cream shop with two employees and about 16 flavors each day. The coconut ice cream (which is called "coco chips") is to die for. YOU MUST TRY IT! Our large group tried other flavors too: rum raisin ("muscatel"), tiramesu, cappuccino, etc....More
After 5 days of two and three course meals on our trip to Cuba we were in search of something different for lunch. Our tour guide took us to this little gem in Old Havana. It was the best ice cream of the trip by...More