The restaurant was a mix of vintage and new. Very nice ambiance. The service was very good, however the prices were high for the quality of food. Overall a good experience but overvalued by far.
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I have been several times in this seafood Casa Juancho Rest in Miami,FL .....I think the first time in the 90's ........I always ordered tapas ( Spanish appetizers ). This time in addition to the tapas, I went for a suggestive "Langosta Fría Dos Salsas" ( Chilled whole 2 lb. Florida lobster served with two sauces ). -- What a... More
One of the place to visit in Miami, the food is excellent try a Jarra of Sangria withTapas at the bar, music star at 8 pm you can danse, or you can get dinner the paella Marinera with Mariscos o Paella Valenciana with every thing and Chicken, desserts CremaCatalana o Tarta Santiago, you going to remember me.
Great place to enjoy with a group of friends or couples, not kids. The food is really good and with reasonable prices. The flamenco show (additional cover but just $5 per person) is offered twice per night during weekends and it is really entertaining. Valet parking cost can be avoided as there's usually street parking.
Remains the same as in my first visit in 1970 when I was 30 years old! cl Superb cuisine from all regions of Spain. A classic in little Havana for over 30 years.
Excellent service, excellent food, nice atmosphere for celebrating an event or a birthday. best restaurant for seafood. reservation is a must
A bit pricey but truly delicious food with high qualityingredients. Its our favorite place for authentic paella and fabada. Great wine selection and easy valet parking. Do not miss this place if in the area.
I had a few meals at this place and the first time was in 1991 and again this year 2016. The food is very good and reminds me of spain in the 1980s. Authentic and Simple and very nolstagic. I would very much recommend you go for dinner and drink the wine too.
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