Sinaloa Mexican Food is the restaurant installed in Paraguay inspired by Mexican novels and series
Talking about Sinaloa is talking about a universe of good topics that it has to tell, from its gastronomy to its culture; such is the case, that even in South America it has a restaurant that lives up to its name.
The city of Asunción, the capital of Paraguay, with a population of 521,000 inhabitants, adapted only a sample of Mexican gastronomy as its business focus.
Gustavo López, administrator of the restaurant “Sinaloa Mexican Food” tells us about the experience of this business in the Paraguayan capital.
The idea of the business was born four years ago with the arrival of novels and series of Mexican origin, with a menu tropicalized to the palate of the population of this country.
Now it is a restaurant that continues to grow offering diners a varied menu of Mexican food, and it has become an attraction of passers-by, who are struck by its name and food.
On the menu of “Sinaloa Mexican Food”, you can find tacos, burritos, quesadillas, tortas, sauces, guacamole, beans, pico de gallo, nachos among others, as well as a variety of drinks of Mexican origin.
Gustavo López, assures that they have had Mexican visits, leaving a good taste and reviews about the concept of the Sinaloa restaurant.
“We believe we are very good ambassadors of Mexican food in Paraguay, but adapted to the Paraguayan palate.”
The success of the concept of Mexican food in Paraguay, in addition to the quality of the products, is the good service with the customer, whether through social networks, WhatsApp, even in the same establishment, Gustavo mentions.