Italians are very particular when it comes to bread, it isn’t an accident that fresh bread is part of Italy’s “national cultural heritage”. On the Havana menu there is no shortage of filled rolls, club sandwiches and focaccias, which express our philosophy and the way we see food. Each region in Italy boasts a long and proud tradition of bread-making: Tuscany, Puglia, Altamura; there isn’t a region in Italy that doesn’t take its particular bread to the table. A filled bread roll is a meal in itself, and when it’s well made it is able to satisfy even the most ferocious of appetites!
Havana focaccias are wholewheat and filled with burrata cheese and thin and crispy juliennes of prosciutto or with delicious tenderised veal complemented by a yogurt salsa.