Cocina Juan is very easy to find along Maginhawa Street in Teacher's Village.

Just look for the huge Red Chili Pepper outside it with a shape of the letter "J".
They have a small place where it can actually accommodate maybe about 15 to 20 people only.

Ventilation is just okay. The tables and chairs are all antique.

They also have antique paintings and other displays like bottles.

Food tastes great but the price is expensive.

What captured me the most is their very delicious Sofrito Specials.

The Sofrito is basically a Cream Dory fish fillet cooked inside a foil/ aluminum sheet, tenderized using a sauce that gives it delicious flavor.


This delish would cost you One hundred ninety nine pesos (PHP 199).

This includes a special soup and rice in it.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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