El Palacio De Los JugosCurrently Closed
- Address: 5721 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33144, United States
- Timings: 06:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3052620070
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant
This is a hardcore Cuban food spot with no frills and lip-smacking fare. The juices and smoothies are delectable and a must try. The fresh seafood and meats are cooked to perfection and ooze flavour with every bite. This is a crowded place on almost everyday and at any given time. There is outdoor seating and expect to share tables as you feast on the much sought-after food. The crowd here is a mix of regulars and tourists.
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El Palacio De Los Jugos Travel Tips
- Do not expect ambience or presentation in the service; go strictly for the food and drinks.
- Service is fast and food is fresh.
How to Reach El Palacio De Los Jugos
- Bus Stop: NW 57 Av@w Flagler St
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5.64% of people who visit Miami include El Palacio De Los Jugos in their plan
35.71% of people start their El Palacio De Los Jugos visit around 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see El Palacio De Los Jugos
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting El Palacio De Los Jugos
El Palacio De Los Jugos Reviews & Ratings
Great Cuban Sandwiches and Coffee. Was completely satisfied. They have a Cafeteria setup to get a great variety of foods at an Awesome price. Recommend it if you are in the area for lunch.
I live in Tennessee and had never visited a Cuban restaurant before. Wow! As an outsider, it was quite the experience. I learned quickly that you have to "jump in there" to make an order. There really isn't a line but that adds to the overall experience, in my opinion. I wasn't sure what to order or even what food I was looking at, so I went with my gut instincts (literally). I had some sort of pulled pork that was really tender and flavorful! I had yellow rice mixed with some sort of meat that was equally delicious! But my favorite item was the tamale. You could taste the tremendous amount of effort that went into making each one. It was so soft, savory, melted in your mouth and the size of a giant burrito. I thought I had eaten a tamale before in the past but clearly I was mistaken. THAT was a tamale! I hope I find myself on this side of Miami again. I would love to eat my way through their menu.
As always the problem here are the people that go there and think they own the place but what do you expect it's Miami. The staff is fast and the food is delicious. Prices have been going up drastically so it's not a go to as often as we did before but good every now and then.
The best thing from here was definitely the juices. My favorites were coconut and guanabana. But the food was also really good and plenty
Oh well, if you looking for something authentic in Miami them must the Cuban, and if you looking for the ultimate place for that, then is is the place. Suck a huge selection of good food, fruit and dessert and super casual. The Please is very clean and the people super friendly. But above everything a good lunch menu is under $10 dollars here