After a tough trip to the heart of the earth in the Caves of St. Thomas, I was hungry and did not want to let go, so we went to the village of Viñales, which is little more than a nice street with colonial portals where they have developed an emerging catering sector. Almost all the houses that make up the street, big, colorful, are dedicated to service to tourism, either with souvenir stores, bars, etc . We found a great place to see, with tables on the porch, the passing of the life of the street, so we took a table with a view. When we got there the kitchen was about to close, so that the owner could offer little more than what was left, pasta dishes and salads with sauces to choose from. Hunger still haunted us so we ordered some spaghetti with bolognese sauce and shrimp. The portions were big, with lots of cheese, served in a deep dish and delicious. It was a shame not to have the whole card to choose, for sure the rest was too. Not usually of the ones I like eating outdoors, by flies and mosquitoes, but that day miraculously there was none, so I enjoyed my meal overlooking the Viñales life.