I was pleased when Chris chose El Serrano’s for her birthday, because we had never been there – and I love trying new restaurants.
Tuesday Evening, October 29
The above photo and next paragraph are from the internet – just to give you an idea of where we ate:
It’s authentic Latino American cuisine, and by its very name, it represents more than just Mexican food. While “El Serrano” refers to the Serrano pepper in Mexican cooking, it also means “Men from the Andes” in Peru. So, you’ll find varied entrees, appetizers and desserts, including delicious family recipes from Peru.
It was a delicious mix of shrimp with onions, tomatoes and peppers served with a house combination (Lettuce, Pico de Gallo, Cheddar cheese & sour cream) and 3 flour tortillas.
I didn’t have to hear any thing else. It had been years since I tasted flan, and I knew it would not be very large or filling.
We had a great evening.