From the moment you enter Casa Juancho, you feel as though you are in Spain. The authentic brick, red tiles, fabrics, and pottery from Spain create a warm hospitable atmosphere to enjoy some of Spain's finest cuisine.
As the hot spot for Miami's business leaders, the nightly lines are a testament to the popularity of Casa Juancho.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Bad service. I never received my drink.
The food was cold.
Ecxelente services and food. Very clean. And very professional all services
Quality of food had change. Piquillos were just warm. Sea food paella had change in taste and had too much fish, less shrimp, less off everything else in a paella.
Amazing experience always.
The service is great! Food amazing!
I have been coming here for many years because it was a great place for dining with family and friends. We came here for Mother’s Day dinner after several years and it’s just not the same.
I have visited Casa Juancho since the early 90's. Always good service and food. In this visit I found the service non attentive and my food was served warm, not hot. If this is a reflection of the restaurant in the time of the pandemic, I feel sorry for them. I would not return to spend good money with personnel that are not attentive and do not care about their performance. If you bring a plate of food that is warm, then the whole dinner was a waste of time and money. Not close to what this restaurant use to be. Not coming back.
It’s one of my favorite place for spanish food. The camarones al ajillo, the paella and in general all their plates are excellent. You will always eat well in here.
Service was terrible, the server Ricardo G. was awful. We got our food half an hour after we ordered.
Not the same as before. Smaller portions for higher prices. Food lacking flavor. Too noisy and service was poor. Not going back!
An Amazing experience. I’ve been in the culinary industry for many years and I want to take this opportunity to congratulate Casa Juancho on an outstanding job. Besides the wonderful prepared and delicious food, the atmosphere is just delightful. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable of the menu. Our server ( Ricky) was very attentive to our needs and knowledgeable of the menu. All this can only be accomplished with good leadership. The food was spectacular and Authentic
The atmosphere was Definitely appealing and the entertainment very much enjoyable.
As a professional Chef, I strongly recommend An evening at this Authentic Spanish restaurant!!! 🧑🍳
👌🏻👍🏻 10/10!!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
We have come here for years but we found that the prices have gone up too much. For a local restaurant, the prices for the value are too high. The food was delicious but to pay 14 dollars for a soup is over priced! We will go to other Spanish local restaurants that offer the same for less.
It’s was a celebration
Wonderful as always. Great service, food and ambiance.
Excellent food wonder cured ham and cheese for appetizer. Fantastic mojitos-one of the best I have had. Braised short ribs to die for...finally a superior restaurant! Will definitely be back!
Best Spanish food in Miami! Highly recommend to everyone!!
Like always good and quality food. Very Spanish Restaurant. Love the rabbit au wine. The Ibérico Prosciutto and cheese appetizer very fresh to start lunch. Good Galician beer. This place is recommended if you want to taste traditional Spanish cuisine. Very good and attentive service
We went for lunch...I'd recommend them more for dinner. The service was wonderful and the food was very good!
Love it for Spanish food. Food is good quality, well prepared. A place to go for this type of food in a very authentic atmosphere.
I have been dining at Casa Juancho since it opened up and I just to consider this the best Spanish restaurant in South Florida, however after Manolo the Maitre D retirement this place has been going down hill and last Saturday it was a total disaster, the Bacalao a la plancha was a tiny piece of fried Bacalao, with nothing but onions, the cream spinach was cold the Chuletón de Guey at $66 was nothing but fat and very small cut of ribeye, the service was horrible and Jose the new Maitre D has a lit to learn before being named Maitre D. Please save your self the agony and gone elsewhere. I hope Felipe Valls or Felipito get to read this article before the kitchen and the service staff ruined his many years of hard work
After living in Miami for so many years I can’t believe I waited this long to go! Paella and churros con chocolate do not disappoint!
The use of masks wasn’t enforced. Group of four men walk in before us no mask at all.
Other people wearing them with the nose out. It would nice to have seen a little more enforcement by the management.
Our server was not on point only thing he did was tell us a group of 3 not to order the Paella for 3 people but rather only for 2 because it would be enough. He was right however it them comes with only 2 very very small lobster tails. He could of suggested adding a third tail.
The place is good but substantially overpriced. For $36 Paella’s they seafood being used is not Grade A.
Two small plates of ham and cheese $36. Just over priced we left 20% tip not that our server deserved it.
Had to ask him for everything he never anticipated our needs.
Like if you drop off bread and butter. Good idea is to also leave some bread plates for the table.
I asked for 1 minute he was gone for 15.
The food is good but over priced.
The service is weak but you’ll eventually get your order.
Food was good but nothing special. Waiter was rushed and difficult to get his attention to us. Very noisy, not the place for good conversations. The $50, $30 ham appetizers not worth it at all, nothing special
tapas!!! excelent ! not the first time there and will repeat again
Great food, and a nice ambient. Very complete menu as well as the wine list
We went on Easter Sunday and as always,,,, food and service where fantastic...
The lobster thermidor was the only thing in question from our order but we enjoyed everything else from this Miami staple.
La comida estuvo muy mala cuando llego a la mesa toda la carne estaba mal cocinada los 6 platos que pedimos estaban mal, despues la recogieron y nos trajeron la misma carne pero esta vez quemada, estaba demasiado seca y sabia amarga porque se pasó, tuvimos que regresar otro plato a la cocina porque era el mas quemado de todos y entonces fue cuando despues vino el manager a ofrecer postres gratis por lo que habia pasado. Honestamente no pienso regresar jamas, porque desde la primera vez debieron habernos traido carne nueva no la misma carne quemada por un plato que cuesta 66 dolares! Muy malas soluciones para los problemas en mi opinion.
Had a great time. Great ambiance and great food.
Wonderful experience I enjoyed the ambiance very much 😊
Great food and service
Authentic in the middle of Little Havana. Had the paella and homemade sangria.
Wonderful, authentic spanish food. Great ambiance!
Great food and friendly wait staff made this a great evening with some work colleagues
It is a great experience, any dish you choose on the menu is excellent
Our waiter was Excellent.
Will be back
The experience was awesome the food was awesome and the service like no other. I would definitely recommend Casa Juancho to our friends and family.
You can order delivery directly from Casa Juancho using the Order Online button. Casa Juancho also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (305) 642-2452.
Casa Juancho is rated 4.6 stars by 574 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.