Definitions

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  • n. A small family-run restaurant in a Cuban home

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Examples

  • The word paladar refers generically to any number of small, family-operated restaurants in Cuba.

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  • Another is Omar Torres, who operates a private restaurant known as a "paladar" on a second-story terrace with sea and skyline views.

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  • When we left the hotel, Carlos kept following us and feeding us information about various local attractions, and finally led us to a local "paladar", a privately owned licensed restaurant

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  • They argue that the arrival of thousands of US citizens would put pressure on the government to allow more free enterprise (more family businesses offering rooms to rent, more privately owned "paladar" restaurants and more taxi licences).

    The Washington Note

  • "paladar", a privately owned licensed restaurant (one of the few private enterprises that Cuba allows), and we sat down to have a breakfast.

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  • The Cuban "hidden" restaurants are called paladares (paladar, if you're talking about just one).

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  • Dinner one night was at La Covina de Lilliam, the best garden paladar in Miramar section of Havana.

    Liz Neumark: A Taste of Cuba

  • If the paladar is full you'll have a long wait: just take your newspaper and a healthy dose of patience.

    Top 10 paladares in Havana

  • This is not a charming family-run paladar, but a stylish and professional restaurant, foremost in the new wave of private eating establishments in Havana.

    Top 10 paladares in Havana

  • This paladar is opposite an artist's workshop a few metres from state restaurant El Patio, on Cathedral Square.

    Top 10 paladares in Havana

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