Latin American Fusion Cuisine at South Mountain Cafe (40% Off). Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Diners enjoy zesty and flavorful Latin fusion dishes such as ceviche de coco, nachos, breakfast burritos, and more at this spot

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Closed on Monday. Valid - Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 6am - 3pm, Friday, Saturday: 6am - 3pm and 6pm - 10pm May be repurchased every 60 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $15 Worth of Latin American Fusion Cuisine for Two or More People
  • $30 Worth of Latin American Fusion Cuisine for Four or More People

Chicharrones: Pork Rinds to Pupusas

Tour Latin America with this pork dish via Groupon’s exploration.

Deep-fried to an airy crispness, chicharrones in their most common form are Latin American snacks made from pigskin, with a flavor akin to bacon and a texture not much different than a cheese puff—pork rinds, in a word. Bags of the pale, puffy stuff fill convenience-store shelves and hang from the carts of street vendors and the rearview mirror of anyone who wants to give their car that popular pork smell.

But chicharron can get more substantial than that, serving as an appetizer or the heart of a hearty dinner depending on where you are in the world. In the US and Mexico, some eateries fry up a fresh housemade version of pork rinds sprinkled with unique spices, whereas others serve thicker pieces of skin or other cuts of pork cooked in salsa. In Salvadorian cuisine, chicharrones often refers to a soft filling made from shredded and seasoned pork for the stuffed corn cakes called pupusas. And the term need not refer to pork at all: a popular version in the Dominican Republic is made from chicken skin, and chicharrones de harina, usually wagon-wheel-shaped bits that resemble pork rinds in texture, are actually made from thin, fried flour dough.

Customer Reviews

delicious burritos! very friendly staff
Amber F. · August 29, 2017
Very friendly and clean
Huguette W. · May 8, 2017
Friendly service and a deliciously prepared lunch. This is an order at the counter and be seated cafe in south Phoenix.
Jodi B. · May 3, 2017

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