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South American Restaurant in Los Angeles

Posted last August 14, 2015, 10:44 am in Health report article

The Amazonia region of South America provides a plethora of fresh fish and tropical fruits.The Pacific Ocean provides a large amount of seafood, such as king crab (typically caught at the southern end of the continent),lobster (found in great quantities from the Juan Fernández Islands), and Antarctic krill, which was recently discovered. Tuna and tropical fish are caught all around the continent but are notably found in abundance near Easter Island.



Café Brasil
La Esperanza Restaurant
Los Balcones
Pampas Grill
Pollo A La Brasa Western
Mario's Peruvian & Seafood
By Brazil
Coupa Cafe
Carlitos Gardel Restaurant
Gaucho Grill
Sarita's Pupuseria
South Beverly Grill
Bossa Nova
Lola's Peruvian Restaurant
Los Chorros
Lala's Argentine Grill
M Grill
Chuck's Chinese & American Fd
Qusqo Bistro and Gallery
El Pollo Inka

Costa Del Sol Restaurant
La Fogata Mexican Restaurant
Con Sabor a Peru LA
Gauchos Village
El Pollo Inka
El Buen Gusto Restaurants
Aro Latin
The Stocking Frame
Engine Co. No. 28
The Original Pantry Cafe
Alma Restaurant
Don Lencho Restaurant
El Caserio
Sabor Colombiano
Picanha Churrascaria
Xiomara on Melrose
Blue Cow kitchen & bar
Lemonade At Moca

Local Table
The Brentwood Restaurant and Lounge
Tam's Burgers
Cali Viejo Restaurant
LA Chapter
La Boulange
La Barca Restaurant
El Migueleno Restaurant
Border Grill
Palm Restaurant Downtown Los Angeles
Latin American Market
Fifty Seven
Tacos El Gavilan
Four Cafe
Tart Restaurant
Engine Co. No. 28
Tony's Burger
Maya's Restaurant
Bossa Nova Brazilian Restaurant




The many plains on this continent make it rich for growing foods like cereals, potatoes and quinoa. In the Patagonia region south of Chile and Argentina, many people raise sheep and cattle. In Brazil, the most traditional dish is the feijoada, a stew consisting of beans with beef and pork.Peruvian cuisine is largely influenced by traditional Incan culture (see Incan cuisine).