Three Eateries Bring Taste of Genuine Central American Cuisine to Montco

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Three local restaurants are providing Montgomery County residents with the genuine taste of traditional Central American cuisine. Image via 6abc.

Three local restaurants are providing Montgomery County residents with the genuine taste of Central American cuisine, with each of them offering a menu full of authentic flavors prepared using their own unique approach to delicious Hispanic food, writes Timothy Walton for 6abc.

Los Sarapes in Horsham is a family business owned by three brothers. It has two outdoor decks for dining al fresco, which is the perfect setting for its traditional Mexican cuisine based on a family recipe.

Fernando Sauri, owner of Tamarindos in Flourtown, has created a menu that revolves around his upbringing along the Yucatan Peninsula. Since the peninsula did most of its business with Cuba and Europe, Yucatan food is influenced by the cuisines found in both of those areas. Also as a bonus to delicious food, Sauri serves free margaritas at his BYOB while people are waiting.

Meanwhile, Italian-born chef Antonio Rondinelli hand-rolls hundreds of empanadas each day at the Empanadas Lab in North Wales, making all the mixtures in-house. The various flavors are indicated by the different shapes of his empanadas. Rondinelli perfected his craft in Spain, where he interned as a cook in his youth.

Read more about the three eateries at 6abc by clicking here.

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