From region to region here in the United States, the term Nuevo Latino is
used to describe differently influenced cuisines. On the west coast, it can mean upscale Mexican food,
in the southeast, it might describe a French-Cuban style of cooking, while on the east coast, it’s
often used to define a cuisine that blends Caribbean and South American flavors and ingredients.
And, from coast to coast, there are still others who use Nuevo Latino cuisine to simply
describe a modern interpretation of traditional Latin cooking.
To us, Nuevo Latino cuisine means a little bit of all of the above: food with roots in
Central and South America, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Spanish Caribbean, enriched by many European
influences, and interpreted with modern cooking techniques and ingredients.
A delicious combination of simple ingredients and exciting, vibrant flavors, we’re
proud to offer our interpretation of Nuevo Latino cuisine—one that delights your palate and satisfies
your appetite, and is easy and fast to prepare.