In the heart of Southampton you can new step over into Cuba. Revolución de Cuba has come to Southampton. I attended the opening ( even though they’d been open for a week previously) to have a look around and sample some cocktails and food. Didn’t end up actually having any food because I couldn’t see any. Maybe I wasn’t looking hard enough.But there were tapas style eats. The decor was what you’d expect bright colours, palm patterned wallpaper. A huge canvas of Che Gavara hanging in the stairwell. Amazing tiles and soft furnishings. The Shots I’m going to take when i go again with my loves are going to be heaven.
Cocktails ….. My fave drink of all time is a Piña Colada, I tried two at RdC and loved them all. I ordered one which they didn’t have the main ingredient for which was a bummer but everything else was amazing.
The blue from the butterfly stained my drink so i left it. I’m sure it was edible but didn’t want to eat blue ink. Was delicious even so.
Dear RdC family please may you deliver this daiquiri fountain to my house and make me the happiest girl, please.
I ordered a few different drinks, but all are amazing. I also spoke to a food blogger . Keith and his friend.