We went here on a quiet tuesday evening, the owner was very nice and the tapas we took were good. Relax atmosphere!
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Very good authentic Spanish home-made food far away from the typical tapas restaurants for tourists, for a reasonable price, in a humble environment. Very worthwhile the sucking piglet. A bit scarce the desserts range though...
I was told you always have to be aware of restaurant with long menus, here I should have pay attention. This a small restaurant (more like a canteen) with more or less 6/7 pages menus...and to be honest the food tasted more like re-warmed food...More
We first discovered this small restaurant by accident, because it is not centrally situated (it's in a quiet residential area). But since we found it, it quickly became our favorite restaurant in Brussels. The owner is an excellent chef, and the food is sooo tasty!...More
Lovely owner that takes good care of you. Top-class tapas. Take your time to eat: it's worth it. Expect Spanish tavern atmosphere. Recommended for a layed-back evening with friends.
I am Spanish, living now in Brussels. As I have read in a review, I hardly eat in Spanish bars abroad, as it is usually fake food. But Casa Juan is not. It is a simple place, without pretensions with the menu you would find...More
Hard to find, easy to remember!!! Best paella in town. Sdea food paella to recommend! Good quatities, slow prices...look like spain!!! Perfect mid day paella. Juan cooked a Passionnated paella juicy with mid hard perfect rice. With a carajillo of hierbas! A nive afternoon in...More
We live nearby and never thought of going there, because it looks like nothing special from outside. The truth is that it really is special! Great, authentic tapas, delicious fishes, friendly, Spanish atmosphere (everybody knows each other), very decent prices. To recommend!
Tasty food, good wine, friendly service, reasonable prices, Spanish athmosphere with wooden furniture
I'm Spanish and "expating" in Brussels. I never go to Spanish restaurants when I'm not in Spain: Most of the cases they are not owned by Spanish, they rather offer Marocain and / or Southamerican mix of funny dishes (last time I saw a paella...More