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“great arroz frito!!”

El Palacio De Los Jugos
Ranked #53 of 4,269 Restaurants in Miami
Certificate of Excellence
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Good for: Local cuisine, Large groups, Families with children
Dining options: Lunch, Late Night, Breakfast, Takeout
Reviewed December 30, 2013

We went to this location, like the facts that restaurant has fruits avaliable to purchase. I had the mojo(yuka) with fried rice and coconut juice, my friends had the miami sandwich with passion fruit juice. The food and prices are great. The parking is hassle but worth it because of the tasty food.

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Reviewed October 31, 2013

The restaurant has several locations in the Miami area. My husband and I had lunch at the 27th St. cafe', a short bus ride or long walk north of Calle Ocho in Little Havana. I would recommend this cafe' for lunch only, as you sit outside near very busy, noisy intersection with beggars hanging around. One guy came right up to our table begging for money. Also, you are eating out of to-go boxes with plasticware. So, not a dinner date destination! There were three food areas and a fresh juice counter. We ate kingfish steaks in tomato sauce that came with two sides, a yellow paella-type rice and steamed veggies for $12. It was a pile of food...enough for we two to share. The fish was rather dry, but tasty. Rice was good with bits of shrimp and clams. Veggies were cauliflower, broccoli and carrots. We chose Mora and Mango juices that were made fresh at the cafe' and simply out of this world. They had a dessert case, but we were too full to partake. I've heard the flan is excellent. You can also buy fresh fruits. Fellow patron was enjoying a Cuban sandwich that was piled high with ham and roasted pork, served on pressed Cuban bread. Again, we were too full to try it.

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Reviewed September 29, 2013

We were recommended this place by someone that had family in the area. It is a casual area and market place at the same time. There are different places within the market style area that you can get food. When you first arrive take a moment and walk around to see it all, don't just rush in and start ordering. Also, if you do not speak any Spanish, be forewarned. It is difficult for first timers to order. Most the people working the food stands do not speak fluent English, so be sure to brush up on your basic Spanish before ordering. It is worth it. They are known obviously for their juices hence the name. The mango is the best one, I think. It is fresh and sweet. Super cheap. Things that can be pricey are the fresh produce they have within the market, but the food and proportions are great buy. I highly recommend this place.

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Reviewed August 11, 2013

Simple restaurant with few dishes, but all very good. A place you will see a lot of local people; the prices are reasonable, the personal friendly. It is not the right place for ambiance, and they do not offer any kind of beer or wine.

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Reviewed August 8, 2013

I love this place because the food is very good, the environment is very simple, basically a roof with tables and chairs, but it feels very nice to be there.
The food is very cheap and always fresh.

Thank GuilleHV
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