Mio Restaurant is well known for serving outstanding cuisine from Puerto Rico while at the same time cultivating a fun, inviting and warm atmosphere. The chefs are dedicated to preparing each meal with only the finest ingredients, and they are constantly refining and experimenting with new creations. Whether you want to sit at the bar for drinks or in one of the leather booths for a full meal, Mio has plenty to offer.
Those dining at Mio can order things such as the local fresh catch with pineapple and mango, pan seared salmon, fried plantains or a 12-oz grilled ribeye steak. Both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages are available, and be sure to top off your meal with one of the many wonderful desserts.
Really love the look and feel of the restaurant and added to that was the fact that the food was great. I will definitely be back.
I am from Puerto Rico and this is an excellent version of traditional puertorrican cuisine.
Food was great and very authenthic puerto rican dishes
Seveche was incredible and so was the pan roasted calamari with mushrooms. The entree of pan seared rock fish was cooked well but lacked imagination, it needed something to take it to the next level. Dessert of eggless custard, coconut and pineapple was a dream delivered on all fronts ,
Very good restaurant. I would definitively recommend it for a regular night out.
Amazing restaurant. We found this restaurant through open table. Every time we visit DC is a must to eat here. Best Latin restaurant ever. Wish they would have one in NY or south jersey even Philly. Highly recommend it.
I'll keep this short. I took a friend to Mio for her birthday. The food was all very good, we had: tostones (fried plantains), arepitas (cheese filled savory fried dough) with black beans and slaw, salmon, and pork tenderloin. And for dessert we had Puerto Rican coffee (delicious!) and guava cheesecake (also delicious!).
The service was amazing and they were even nice enough to take a few pictures for us to commemorate the evening.
Definitely would recommend anyone visit Mio for a simple, elegant, and well-seasoned dining experience!
would not recommed.
reservation with open table at 8:30pm, Mio's hostest advised 9pm on her system hasd towait an extra 30mins or so.
food not that great from what i have expected from a friends recommendation.
i will not go back or refer to any friends or mines
Great overall experience a little bit pricey but it's a great place to reminisce and taste Puerto Rican food, or at least the closest taste I'll find here in DC.
Asked to be seated in quieter area so not noisy. Enjoyed the change from our usual food. Enjoyed the food as we had in Puerto Rico.