Miami >Casa Juancho
NOT GOOD LIKE IT LOOKS....
THIS IS A VERY BEAUTIFUL PLACE WHERE OUTSIDE YOU CAN READ ALSO NO T-SHIRTS, NO SHORT PANTS... AND SO ON. SO I DRESSED UP WELL WITH MY WIFE AND INSIDE... T-SHIRTS, SHORT PANTS... BUT IT'S OK. THE PLACE IS VERY BEAUTIFUL, VERY EXPENSIVE, VERY CHARMING BUT THE FOOD IS NOT LIKE I WILL COME BACK. THEY HAVE A BIIIG WINE LIST WITH ALL THE TIPE OF PRICES. THE SERVICE IS GOOD BUT LIKE I SAID BEFORE, THE FOOD DIDN'T DRIVE ME CRAZY. GARLIK SCALLOP... BIG PLATE, BUT WERE NOT FRESH BUT FROZEN, PAELLA FOR TWO... LIKE FOR FOUR... NOT SO TASTY AND THE RICE WAS A LITTLE HARD. HARD MEANS NOT "AL DENTE " LIKE THE PERFECT ITALIAN RISOTTO... I MEAN HARD!
THAT'S IT. I DIDN'T WANT TO TAKE HOME THE REST OF THE FOOD. AND VERY EXPENSIVE. NEVERMORE.
A cozy restaurant that serves typical Spanish cuisine..
From the outside, Juancho looks like an old Spanish villa. Inside, there are stone walls, comfortable wooden chairs, and low ceilings supported by heavy wooden beams. As in the Old Country, Spanish hams hang over a weathered wooden bar. Not to be forgotten, the food is as authentic as the surroundings. Paella is the specialty (served with either chicken or fish), but kudos to Juancho for having seafood flown in daily from Spain.
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