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Southwestern Restaurant in Los Angeles

Posted last August 14, 2015, 11:35 am in Food report article

The cuisine of the Southwestern United States is food styled after the rustic cooking of the Southwestern United States. It is also known to be very popular in the west coast state of California. It comprises a fusion of recipes for things that might have been eaten by Spanish colonial settlers, cowboys, Native Americans, and Mexicans throughout the post-Columbian era; there is, however, a great diversity in this kind of cuisine throughout the Southwestern states.

 

 

Qdoba Mexican Grill
Casa Martin
La Capilla Mexican Restaurant
Mexican Riviera Restaurant
La Barca Restaurant
Poco's Mexican Restaurant
Acapulco
Los Toros Mexican Restaurant
Maya Mexican Restaurant
Mi Pueblito Mexican Restaurant
La Fogata Mexican Restaurant
El Sol Mexican Restaurant
Raul's Mexican Food
Avila's El Ranchito
El Nopal Mexican Restaurant
Nina's Mexican Food
Rosarito Mexican Food
Mexican Village Restaurant
Abuelita's Restaurant
HOT CHILE Mexican Food
Guelaguetza

Lares Restaurant
Mariscos La Sirenita
El Cholo
La Feria
Sol Y Luna
Castillo
Pancho's Restaurant
Al & Bea's Mexican Food
Red O Restaurant
Ciro's Restaurant
Ramona's Mexican Food Products
Antonio's Restaurant
Chichen Itza Restaurant
Romero's Mexican Food
Alberta's Mexican Food
Don Cuco
Chalio Birrieria
El Parian Restaurant
Frida Mexican Cuisine Westwood
Mijares Mexican Restaurant

Ocho Mexican Grill
Cactus Tacos #1
La Fuente Restaurant
Acapulco
Alfredo's Mexican Food
Monte Alban Restaurante
Coronado's Mexican Restaurant & Bar
El Cholo
La Serenata de Garibaldi
Yxta Cocina Mexicana
Lunas Mexican Restaurant
Taqueria Los Anaya
Manuel's Original El Tepeyac Cafe
Graciana Mexican Restaurant
Cactus Taqueria
Eduardo's Border Grill
Cafe Rio Mexican Grill
Los Eduardos
Lupita's Restaurant

 

 

 

Southwestern cuisine is similar to Mexican cuisine but often involves larger cuts of meat, and less use of tripe, brain, and other parts not considered as desirable in the United States. As with Mexican cuisine, Southwestern cuisine is also largely known for its use of spices (particularly the chile, or Chili pepper). Recently, several chains of casual dining restaurants specializing in Southwestern cuisine have become popular in the United States.