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Q: Where can I find a Cuban-Puerto Rican restaurant in Beijing?

 I think I have done very well by eating lots of Chinese food for a whole month...not a McDonalds/Starbucks?KFC/Papa Johns withdrawal yet...however...I do need some Latin food. Although I can cook it, I would like to see if there are any good restaurants that have Latin food in Beijing.  Any ideas?

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A-Che Bar & Restaurant, Beijing's first and most popular Cuban themed restaurant and bar, has the décor of Havana old town, owned by a Havana resident and also a creative professional chef. A-Che offers Spanish food and Latin food. Find your most favorite Cuban dishes and others in here with a full cocktail and wine list. English and Spanish menu available.  They do have "Ropa Vieja" and others, beside a good selection of beans.

Randomly on every weekend nights a Cuban Trio Band—Mylan, Julietta & Pedro plays LIVE salsa, Latin pops and other Cuban rhythms making this place a Latin fiesta. Don’t miss out the excellent tapas and Mojitos here.

Wi-Fi Internet, Opens daily11am-11pm; Fridays and Saturdays in summer opens 11am-1am.

#28 Dongzhimenwai Dajie (opposite the Australian Embassy or Beijing Dongzhimen Pizza Hut), Chaoyang District 切,朝阳区东直门外大街28号(东直门必胜客斜对面)

Tel: 6417-2201 or 6417-7488

I must warn you, I heard some rummors it was closed, I have not been there for 4 years, but I do not know if true or not, so check it out using phone number

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