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Monday, 02 April 2012



Looks so good, makes me wish I still lived in the states :-)


Never had sopa de pata before -- got me drooling! Any idea what the name of that chicken stew is? I'm a sucker for anything that even half resembles a plate lunch!

ed (from Yuma)

Yeh, Richard, it is tasty. I didn't mention that it is also cheap. Pupusas and tamales are around $1.50 each. The specials are around $5.

I forget, Michelle, what the chicken is called. Part of me wants to say pollo asado, but it is nothing like the Mexican dish of that name. But it is the only chicken "especial" at the restaurant. The sopa de pata is worth some drool. Veggies include chayote, yuca, banana (plantain?) as well as more common corn and carrot.

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