In the kitchen at El Olvido
Wednesday, September 21, 2011 | 3 years ago
Carne en su jugo is peasant food, and when done right, it's delicious. It's done right at El Olvido, the five-month-old restaurant on South Broadway that could well be the only place in town serving the dish. El Olvido calls itself a Jaliscan eatery, and while that's a stretch — the menu lacks posole, birria and torta ahogada, the three other famous Jaliscan dishes — its carne en su jugo is the real thing.
Continue reading Laura Shunk's review of El Olvido.
Photos by Mark Manger.
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