Peruvian inspired Menu
This year, leading up to our annual Menu of Menus® issue, Kaitlin Steinberg counts down her 100 favorite dishes as she eats her way through Houston. She'll compile a collection of the dishes she thinks are the most awesome, most creative and, of course, most delicious in town.
Pisco Portón’s master distiller, Johnny Schuler, was in Houston on Tuesday night for a remarkable evening of cocktails and farmers' market-driven dinner at Latin BitesAdd News Story here
April 3, 2014
I distinctly remember the first time I met Johnny Schuler, master distiller for Pisco Portón. Schuler, known to Peruvians and pisco aficionados as "Pisco Johnny," is a TV personality in his native Peru and the world's foremost authority on Peruvian pisco. Add News Story here
Houston (TX), 2 ene (EFEUSA).- Latin Bites Café inició su actividad con un servicio de comida a domicilio para fiestas y reuniones en el área de Houston, en Texas, y hoy, más de tres años después, se ha convertido en uno de los restaurantes de comida peruana de referencia en el circuito culinario estatal.
Volcano Rice Wows The Crowd: Laudable New South American Dishes at Latin Bites
November 21, 2013
The volcano rice arrived at our table to a chorus of wows: three hot stone bowls sizzling, crackling and steaming hot, with a colorful assortment of vegetables and meats arranged around a perfectly round yellow egg yolk.
Best Thing We Ate: Ceviche at Latin Bites
November 15, 2013
There's nothing quite like a bright ceviche to freshen things up and make you forget the days are getting shorter and the nights a little colder. Thanks to Peruvian ceviche experts, Latin Bites, for reminding us what a little citrus, a few slivers of red onion and some perfect seasoning can do for a fresh piece of shrimp.
Caesar Salad Martinis, Sliders, Tandoori and More at the 29th Annual Caesar Salad Competition
I really enjoyed a Peruvian Caesar salad by Chef Masaru of Latin Bites, a single bite of endive with crispy-somethings and a Peruvian pepper-based dressing, but the ingredients used were so extensive that it didn't make as strong an impression as the more easily understood offerings.
The Caesar Salad Competition “romaines” one of my favorite events of the year.
Add News Story here The perfectly bite-sized, spoon-shaped endive leaf (at right, below) was home to a creamy Caesar-inspired mousse that included roasted Peruvian panca peppers that rested on top of poblano, mushroom and a slice of cherry tomato.
When he opened LATIN BITES in the small, 30-seat restaurant that now houses Oxheart, Peruvian-born Roberto Castre figured his modern Peruvian cooking would be a tough sell in Houston, but he was wrong. Add News Story here
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