About Mi Casa by Jose Andres - Dorado Beach a Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Inspired by the storied past of this unique location at Dorado Beach, José Andrés introduces Mi Casa. Paying homage to the property’s original plantation home, Su Casa, José welcomes guests into a relaxed, luxurious setting, where traditional flavors are transformed by modern presentations.
At Mi Casa, José also re-imagines fine dining, creating an interactive, engaging atmosphere. A kitchen display bar and understated, elegant cocktail service help to break down the barriers of formal dining service. José’s goal is that guests are well-looked after and feel very much at home, as you would in José’s casa. Dishes and drinks will be prepared right before you. Service will be very personal and attentive, but always professional.
Serving breakfast and dinner daily, Mi Casa will transform throughout the day from breezy and bright in the morning, to casual elegance in the evenings.
Dorado, PR 00646
Spanish, Puerto Rican, Caribbean
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast Daily: 7:00am - 11:00am; Dinner: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Catering on a whole new level; José Andrés Catering elevates catering and event planning to new heights in the Washington, DC area and beyond. Now you can experience the inspired creations of celebrated chef José Andrés at your own party or venue. Visit us for more information at www.joseandrescatering.com, or call us at (877) 540-9850.
Private Party Facilities:
Private dining room for up to 16 guests with private terrace. Minimum consumption required and the total does not include taxes or service charges. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
Private Party Contact:
Jhonatan Cano : (787) 278-7217
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mi Casa by Jose Andres - Dorado Beach a Ritz-Carlton Reserve Ratings and Reviews
We went to the Ritz Carlton for dinner at José Andrés and were blown away. The hotel is spectacular. We arrived a little earlier that our reservation so had time to explore a little. It was sunset and we approached the pool area and the view was stunning. We had some drinks at the pool bar before heading to the restaurant where the service, attention to detail and food were just amazing. The choices are unique variations of Spanish dishes wit a Puertorican influence. The best two items (among a lot of delicious items on the menu) were the "pan con tomate" (bread with tomato) that melted in your mouth. The deconstructed key lime pie made me emotional it was so delicious. The textures and flavors were unforgettable. We will return here during our next Puerto Rico visit!
Ate here during our stay at the Ritz Dirado beach. Food was divine - the service impeccable and we sat on the outer deck facing the ocean. Noise level was good you could hear yourself speaking it's all private and the service was wonderful Only con is that it's quite pricey but that being said it is a resort and it's to be expected
We went to Mi Casa a year ago and loved it so much that we planned to go back. This is the best example of everything done right. From the beginning appetizers to the fantastic desserts, it is a beautiful thing to look at and the favors are amazing. Our server was well versed on the wine pairing and she made sure that we were taken care of. It was just after our 50th wedding anniversary, so Victor the chef brought us out a signed copy of Jose Andres cookbook. A perfect ending to a perfect meal!
Mi Casa was one of the finest restaurants I have ever been too! We were there with another couple and we ordered the Tapas Tasting Menu. This 12 course menu was truly the greatest meal we all have ever had. Ir was a bit pricey, but worth the price. There was not one course that we did not like. The resort was sensational. Remembering the old Hyatt resort brought a tear to my eye.
The only negative was that they were reluctant to let us on the property when we arrived at the resort one hour early.
WOW.....says it all. What a great experience. Food was original and delicious. A group of four had four appetizers and shared two entrees and had three desserts and we were very happy. Our server, Soraly, was phenomenal. Professional, knowledgable, charismatic, friendly and all over terrific. I wish we had more servers like Soraly in NYC. When in Puerto Rico....please do yourself a favor and dine here. Remember to make a reservations first on Opentable.
We went to celebrate my parents 30 anniversary. The Bartender Valerie was awsome with the drinks. Our waiter Jovanny was great too. The Chef Victor and his team was awsome. We love the "Asopao de Langosta" made by Carlos. The ambience was quiet, relaxed and the restaurant view was awsome. We had a great time and my parents were happy, smiling and the taste of everything was extremely good. Thanks again for everything.
Dining at Mi Casa by José Andrés is always a great culinary experience. Service is always consistently good. The view is astonishing and sets de ambiance for your date, either a romantic, friendly or familiar occasion. Although price range is high, if you can fir it in your budget it is worth a visit!
Very disappointing. Heavy on salt. Tried the pork belly sliders and the chicken crochettes as apps - both very salty and the crochettes were certainly from a frozen bag. The fish dishes were underwhelming as well. We were very surprised that the Ritz would allow this poor quality to be served at such a fabulous resort. (Love the room, hate the food). Stay at the Ritz; eat at Marmalade.
We had an excellent experience at Mi Casa. The food was good and the service great. It's fine dining without being pretentious. Everybody was having a good time.
Two things: when we arrived nobody was at the front and it was hard to find the path within the hotel because poor lightning and signage. Hotel valets were very friendly and helpful.
I guess my husband and I were expecting a WOW experiencing. We chose the sampler and was disappointing that the last serve was soup. I have never had soup prior to dessert. The taste was not spectacular. I also expected better service.
While in Puerto Rico, we also went to dine at the Pearl/Concha, and THAT was amazing!. The food, service and views. i would definitely recommend this restaurant. From the Valet parking to the bill - there were four of us. It was fantastic!
The food was amazing. We ordered the lechon, veal cheeks and steak for our entrees. For appetizers we had potatoes, sliced ham with cheese toast and chicken crochettes. For dessert we shared key lime pie which also was so good we talked about it during the trip. Highly recommend everything.
It was a great experience. Our waiter Jovanni was great that night. He makes us feel great, the enviroment was quiet and relaxing. The cooks of Mi Casa and the Chef Victor were excellent. Is one of my favorite restaurant in Puerto Rico. I allways have a great time there. The food is exquisite and original. The taste is just awsome. I just love it. Thanks Mi Casa team again for everything.
Cod appetizer was tasty; key lime tart delicious; other appetizers & entrées very disappointing. Special was an overly rich flavorless rice-a-roni dish. Beautiful setting, decent service, very disappointing food. Recommend Positivo. Same location, great food, great staff. Both restaurants require an $18 dollar valet fee.
Probably one of my top 5 restaurants in the world and that says a lot as I travel extensively.
The food was a work of art. Delicious. Creative. The tuna, caesar salad all impeccable. I need to go back again to be in la la land for the evening.
And I say best restaurant because there was nothing bad, not a single thing! I went with my husband to celebrate our first month as newlyweds and my husband's birthday. Since we arrived, the attention was phenomenal. Our waiter was very friendly, he welcomed us with two glasses of "cava" for our special occasion, he suggested entrees and explained everything to us. As appetizers we ate "Tortilla de Papatas New Way", "Steamed bun with pork belly and chayote mojo" and "Coquitos Frescos Ferran Adria"... An explosion of flavor in my mouth, just exquisite! And very nice presentation. My husband ate the rib eye and I chose Skirt Steak with papas bravas... Good GOD! Every bite was pure pleasure! For dessert we choose Mi Casa... chocolate, hazelnut, olive oil and salt... the perfect way to end our dinner. Very memorable experience, the surroundings are ridiculously gorgeous!!!!!!!!!
The experience is worth every penny, I fully recommend it.
We have been several times to Mi Casa and overall have had good experience.
Service is great, food is good and the ambience is quite elegant. Although they recommend jacket for attire, everyone was casual but elegant.
Have been to other more expensive restaurants that serve very small portions. Our menu this time had "decent portions" but still expect a bit more for the price.
What we like the most of the restaurant is its location at the Ritz Carlson Reserve! Its a beautiful hotel for an early dinner sunset style in their outside terrace with the Ocean and hotel pool view!
My girlfriend and I were told by a friend who lives locally that this is a must visit during our trip to Puerto Rico. It was recommended that we either spend the night ($$$$$) and/or dine, we chose to only dine at Mi Casa by Jose Andres - This was an absolutely wonderful way to spend a romantic night, I HIGHLY recommend it.
We have been sure to add this to our list of restaurants we dine at since it's opening every year when we enjoy our time share on the island of Puerto Rico. Not only is the outdoor dining wonderful with it's gorgeous view of Dorado Beach but the food is delicious, different and exciting. The tapas type menu is so much fun to eat and it is so hard to decide what to choose as everything looks and is wonderful. The braised lamb entree that we ate on this most recent trip was amazing as it was so tender you did not even need a knife to cut it. The flavor and presentation were wonderful. The indoor dining area also is beautiful, but we always prefer to dine outdoors as the view is just too good to miss. We have enjoyed everything we have ordered and we have dined there the last three years. Dorado Beach is beautiful on it's own but the Ritz Carlton Reserve which is a six star resort has only enhanced it's beauty. Not only is the restaurant beautiful in it's own rite and the food amazing, experiencing the beauty of the resort is definitely something you do not want to miss . We love the restaurant and look forward to eating there again.
We chose the Mi Casa Experience, which is the tasting menu. There were about nine dishes and each one was better than the next one, but the ones that really stood our were the Iberico ham with pain con tomate, the chicken croquettes, the tuna seviche, and the dessert which was the best flan I have ever tasted. We both had a cocktail, so only wanted a half bottle of wine with the meal and they have a very nice selection. The servers were all excellent and the entire experience was one that I will repeat next time we return to Dorado Beach.
Having been to Chef Andres' Bazaar in Beverly Hills, we thought Mi Casa in Puerto Rico would put an exclamation point to my wife's birthday on our recent trip. It did. Unfortunately it was one of those "!@*(#%" types of exclamation point.
From our hotel in San Juan we drove 30 minutes into what we started to believe was the Jurassic Park movie set after going through a security gate (think no lights, small directional stump wooden road markers that couldn't be read and golf cart with low level lights racing about on parallel paths). After four wrong turns we finally found the compound and were greeted by a staff person in monk type robes who explained that the property was one of only two "Reserve" Ritz Carlton properties on Planet Earth. (Be warned that there are more planned.) The concept of the "Ritz Carlton Reserve" is a spiritual, holistic retreat. The property is surely beautiful (my best guess since we couldn't see anything that wasn't faintly illuminated) and the building housing the restaurant (with the prerequisite well lit gift shop for RC Reserve Gear) was like a giant hunting lodge with fantastic open spaces, exposed wood and pretty pools outside.
Menu seemed fantastic but none of the dishes were memorable. We were hoping for a fantastic representation of local cuisine done in a unique way but it wasn't to be. In fact we had several better, similar dishes in San Juan (ceviche, chicken croquettes, yucca gnocchi). Service was good but a bit smothering due to the high 'staff to diner' ratio. It's not much fun to keep nodding that everything was good/fine with mouthfuls of perfectly fine food but disappointed thoughts. As expected, the bill produced that feeling of "you know what I could get for this $$ in San Juan or Carolina".
Valet parking added another $20 to the tab (no other alternative unless you wanted to brave a 'long walk' through dark forest I was told).
Save your time and money. If not, take a torch and best of luck.
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