In Montgomery County we’re very proud of our thriving restaurant scene. With over 1600 restaurants, the variety is endless. Our South & Central American cuisine scene is massively popular, as Montco is home to some of the best South & Central American restaurants outside of Philadelphia.
The Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board reviews area restaurants and offers up its favorites below!
Cantina Laredo – King of Prussia
Cantina Laredo is one King of Prussia’s best destinations for a “Modern Mexican” dining experience. Located in the King of Prussia Mall, Cantina Laredo offers diners a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of the mall and relax with their incredible made to order guacamole and one of their fan favorite margaritas!
El Sarape – Blue Bell
El Sarape prides itself on its commitment to authenticity; no southwest and no Tex-Mex, just 100% homemade authentic Mexican cuisine. In addition to a fully authentic menu, El Sarape has a fully stocked tequila bar.
Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar – King of Prussia
Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar is one of the King of Prussia Town Center’s most popular restaurants and it’s easy to see why. Paladar’s menu stretches across borders to include dishes from multiple South & Central American countries. We recommend you try the Rio-Style Chicken Tacos as well as their house made Sangrias.
Fogo De Chão – King of Prussia
Fogo De Chão is an incredibly popular Brazilian Stake House that offers a dining experience unlike any other. Traditionally Brazilian meat cuts make their way around the restaurant, and everyone gets to try them! Just flip your coaster to signal to your waiters that you need a minute and when ready for more incredible Brazilian delicacies.
El Limon – Ambler
El Limon is a fan favorite among Ambler & Conshy locals and visitors alike. Located in the heart of downtown Ambler and Conshohocken, El Limon has a margarita menu that is world famous for how delicious and inexpensive they are.
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