The Cuban Broadbeach a little slice of Cuba on the Gold Coast

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We are all feeling wanderlust, that need for a new adventure, some great food and new experiences with a few cocktails on a warm spring evening. 

However, with travel off the table for a little while longer, we may need to look for this a little closer to home. 

We have found just the place, a little slice of Cuba right here on the Gold Coast, where the nights are filled with that famous 1950’s Cuban hospitality, cocktails served to perfection and an unforgettable atmosphere.  These are just a few of the things they have become famous for.

The Cuban Broadbeach team have been serving incredible food and cocktails to locals and tourists for over eight years now. 

Located in Oracle Broadbeach, it’s the perfect place to arrive with a good group of friends, order a few Cuban Mojito’s some tasty Tapas and set the stage for an excellent evening on the town. 

The Cuban Broadbeach a little slice of Cuba on the Gold Coast

When you’re ready to eat, whether you’re sitting down and ordering a meal or a selection of tapas for the table, there’s something for everyone. 

We’ve got a few suggestions of the must-try Tapas the Spanish Chorizo, which is made fresh in house and cooked in a sweet and sour sauce served with a baguette and salad and add an order of The Cuban Chicken Skewers, which are marinated free-range chicken tenderloin served with a rocket, pear, walnut, fig and goats cheese salad.

Now for the cocktails, if you’re looking for something special, you can’t go past the Tropicana Showgirl, which is made with Vanilla Vodka and passion fruit and served with sparkling wine on the side, or if you are a true lover of an excellent rum order, the Fidels Rebels made with Havana Club 7 and Cointreau and served lit up for your enjoyment or the next Instagram post. 

So the nights are getting warmer and longer, it’s time to start planning your next evening, so why not book a table with the great people at
The Cuban Broadbeach. 

Sponsor: We teamed up with The Cuban Broadbeach to Bring You This Editorial



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