This placed has been renamed Casa Cuba and continues to serve the same kind of Cuban food. Always a good option in SoMi.
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I was trying to review Casa Cuba Restaurant at this address, but you do not have it listed. You need to update your listings. You still have Casa Larios listed at this address, but Casa Larios closed months ago and a new restaurant called Casa...More
There are plenty of Cuban restaurants in Miami but they are not all good! I love this place for Cuban food, one of my favorite retaurants and the decor and ambiance are very nice too (they have a live band on Saturday nights, which imo...More
After a long night of drinks, we ended up here just for a café con leche at the recommendation of a friend we were with. It was the BEST I've ever had!!! PERIOD... BAR NONE!!! I've read all the other complaints about this place and...More
Cuban singer Gloria Estefan is the restaurant owner. Good service in this busy restaurant. Excellent drinks. My favorite appetizer is their unique tostones stuffed with shrimp. For entrée the palomilla steak or pork dishes are my favorites. Their flan and 3 milks deserts are delicious.
Had lunch at casa Lario with my family including grandchildren so I usually understand it's not easy for a restaurant to deal with children under 10 years. But in a restaurant were I draw the line, is bring my food at the adequate temperature. It...More
Casa Larios is the best restaurant in Miami for Cuban Food, nice atmosphere and excellent attentive service. I have a monthly business breakfast there. On Sunday, took my wife and son there and they loved it. Wife has been there a few times before; but...More
If this would be my first time in Miami straight out of the airport I would never return to Miami. Nasty valet person, nasty Spanish speaking host with no professional training in customer service. Load music on Friday night and clearly supported by local customer....More
The food was great I had the chicken with plantains and beans and rice, Ricky had steak and mushroom sauce and fried plantains. Was well worth the drive a very local restaurant and family owned they are known for their Mojiotos.