Havana has expanded its menu even further since last September, with more specialties from New Orleans that aren't easily available elsewhere in KL.
Po-Boy (baguette dressed with Creole mustard, lettuce & tomatoes, stuffed with catfish & served with fries). Way better than Bubba Gump's version; this seemed authentic, with a succulent catfish fillet in a super-tasty sandwich.
Fried eggplant, marinated in Cajun spices, coated in cornmeal & served with aioli. Absolutely addictive; crisp on the outside, piping-hot inside.
Crab Rockefeller (Eastern Seaboard crab, seasoned & baked). Not a bad dip at all; the crab tasted meaty and fairly fresh.
Gumbo (chicken & andouille sausage stewed in okra broth with rice). A spicy, flavourful recipe, but would be better if they served more stew to help smother the rice.
Jambalaya (tomato rice & andouille sausage with chicken & seafood). The least impressive item that evening; a bland, boring concoction that tasted like local tomato fried rice.
Beignets (fried pastry covered with snow sugar). Simple but scrumptious. Not fluffy enough to qualify as a light dessert, but more of a carb-lover's dream come true.