Food & Drinks

Comments (0)

Best Spanish Restaurant Miami 2006 - Casa Paco

Casa Paco

Casa Paco

8868 Bird Road

Miami, FL 33165

305-554-7633

Map & Details>>

From the white-linen tablecloths to the black-suited waiters, everything about Casa Paco screams expensive. But this restaurant, long as it is on atmosphere and excellent food, is shockingly cheap. A diner can easily make a full meal out of the excellent tapas offered at Casa Paco; one standout is the alcachofas salteadas, artichoke hearts sautéed in olive oil with chunks of Serrano ham (a heaping portion, served in a cast-iron pan, costs $10). But many entrées hover around the $10 mark as well, with some real delicacies offered at half the price you would expect. For instance, the Basque-style black grouper (cooked in a white seafood sauce and garnished with hard-boiled eggs and white asparagus) costs only $13. Almost all the lunch specials are less than $10.
Download our Free Best Of App
My Voice Nation Help
3 comments
matias Fridlmeier
matias Fridlmeier

Dear Sir/Madame, My name is Matias Fridlmeier, I am Student From Argentina, and I am looking to apply for a seasonal job, I was in the US before working in Vermont, Andersens Lodge, so I have some experience, I was wondering if there was any job available for the next 2007-2008 winter season.I have a friend that comes with me, we are both fluent in english and very enthisiastic in working, ready to work any time, and very efficient ,versatile and fast to learn. Our sponsor is Geovisions and we are j-1 visa holders so everything is perfectly legal, .We can send you CV and all documents required.Looking forward to your reply, Yours Faithfully,

Matias Fridlmeier

Marbel
Marbel

Excellent food and great prices!!!

Giancarlo Bianchi
Giancarlo Bianchi

This place is a bit intimidating at first glance. Everything is so carefully adorned with Spanish tradition in mind, but just sit down and get ready for a great meal. Plantian chips to munch on while you look at the menu is great, squeeze some limon on it for an even better taste sensation. The mixed stew is great and the filet with roasted garlic is even better. Overall a great place to go, though it seems that this place isnt completely Spanish from Spain, because just like everything in Miami, it has been influenced by Cuba in regards to some of their dishes.

Loading...