An Introduction To Latin American Cuisine History

February 25, 2020Read More

The term Latino refers to a native or inhabitant of Latin America or a person of Latin American origin living in the United States. This Latin

Latin Restaurant Specialty: Chicharron

September 27, 2019Read More

One great thing about El Sabroson Latin Restaurant In Williamsburg is you can enjoy Latin food specialties from throughout Central and South America. Today’s Latin Food feature..Chicharron. Chicharron

Williamsburg Lunch Buffet

February 26, 2019Read More

Williamsburg’s Most Flavorful Lunch Buffet With all the talk of fresh food, farm to table, and ocean to table, very few people really hold buffets, or

Bistec A Lo Pobre

August 27, 2018Read More

Not every dish on a menu may jump out at you as something familiar. That does not mean it is not worth it to try something new.

Carne Asada

June 1, 2018Read More

You have seen the name Carne Asada bounced around on different menus from Latin American or Mexican restaurants. Many enjoy but don’t know the origin of

Valentine’s Day Latin American Style

February 1, 2018Read More

The United States is not the only country that has a Valentine’s Day holiday. While the United States version is heavily commercial, we are not exclusive

Mexican Independence Day

September 1, 2017Read More

September 16th is Mexican Independence Day. Often mistaken for Cinco De Mayo, it marks the anniversary of the beginning of s revolution to free Mexico from

Latin Food Myths

July 25, 2017Read More

Latin Food Is NOT Mexican Food One of the biggest misconceptions people have about a Latino Restaurant is that the food is going to be Mexican

Latin American Cooking: Asian Fusion and Fried Rice

June 20, 2017Read More

As I have mentioned before, Latin American cooking, in many ways,  is the fusion of other cultures all across the world. On top of traditional Spanish

Cinco De Mayo in Williamsburg

May 4, 2017Read More

Williamsburg Virginia Significance  Very few people see Cinco de Mayo in a Williamsburg Mexican restaurant as having a significant relationship with Williamsburg Virginia’s colonial history. While