The bilingual menu, with photographs, features dishes from Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico and Nicaragua. But it is the pupusas which are the draw.
In 2008, restaurateur Dilcia Molina, a Salvadorian ex-pat, opened this family-friendly eatery with burritos, enchiladas, fajitas, seafood dishes, ceviche and more than a dozen specialty dishes.
The population of pastries includes a large selection of concha, the common Mexican sweet bread; and the ubiquitous fried churro. But one cabinet is filled with factura, an assortment of Argentine pastries. What separates La Guerrerense from other Latino bakeries in the area is the unexpected quality of the factura and visual beauty of the cakes.
Machu Picchu's menu is familiar to those who enjoy the Peruvian play with acidity and spice, stir-fry and charcoal grilled. Among the first-rate offerings is the ceviche, a dish that cries out for warm weather and is always the test for any kitchen.
Enjoy the best Columbian Cuisine in a very relaxed and familiar atmosphere. We offer charcoal Rotisserie chicken as well as fresh food cooked daily. Decorations includes posters of Columbian landscapes and beautiful handmade crafts. We recommend the typical platter for those with a big appetite and our chicken rice cooked with fresh vegetables. Beer, Sangria and Wine are also served.
The best baleada in town can be found here. Las Americas is owned by Colombian native Richard Molina and features dishes from Colombia, Honduras and Mexico - and Venezuela, too (the freshly made arepas).
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