Nero di Seppia is an Italian restaurant that opened in June 2015, a new venture from the previous owner (and chef) of La Carboncita – Walter Ginevri. The Italian expat has been in Cuba a while, working in various successful paladares, including El Diluvio. Located in Miramar, a few hundred meters from the sea in a newly restored house, Nero di Sepia has various dispersed dining rooms discreetly decorated, and a front yard-turned-terrace with a few tables. It offers a diverse range of pizzas, all cooked in a wood oven, as well as numerous pastas. We had a Diavola pizza, with a great thick and chewy base. For a second course, one of us had a fettuccine with salsiccia and porcini. The pasta, made daily, was al dente yet delicate and delicious, and the salsiccia in particular was of exceptional quality. The quality of the ingredients here, in all of the dishes, is notable. We recommend you order with caution because servings are generous, particularly the pastas. The only flaw is that the wine list is limited to two Chiantis and one Chilean cabernet. Still, Nero di Seppia is one of the best Italian restaurants in Havana.
Address: Calle 6 #122 e/ 1ra y 3ra, Miramar
Tel: +53 54787871
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 12 PM-12AM