Fish is one of the top specialities of this old restaurant.
A traditional restaurant near the port.
One of the most traditional establishments in Luba is Bar Miramar, a small restaurant next to the city port. Fish is the house speciality, mainly beaked and bream. Wild game dishes such as grombif, very typical of Equatoguinean cuisine, are also available. This word comes from the Castilian adaptation of the English expression 'ground beef' and refers to a sort of wild rat served roasted and not overly appealing to the eye. Other typical dishes are chuchu chucu (porcupine) or sea turtle, served only at certain times of year. The truly hopping day here is Saturday, when a disco operates in an adjacent room.