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Beraca Restaurante Latino

3116 N. Arnoult Rd. (18th St.) Send to Phone
Beraca dishes up spicy Honduran cuisine.
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Beraca Restaurante Latino Restaurant Review

: You won’t find authentic Honduran cuisine on every corner in New Orleans. But at Beraca, the kitchen dishes up baleadas that alone might warrant a trip out to the suburbs. This is essentially a thick, warm flour tortilla folded in half to cradle a smear of fried red beans and sharp, crumbled cheese, gilded with a mellow, ivory-colored Honduran cream. You can watch the culinary staff pull, roll and griddle-cook each tortilla to order. If the food tastes mysteriously Thai-like, that may be because the two cuisines share a penchant for certain spices. Neither dessert nor alcohol is served. Service is slow. Pick up your order to go and enjoy it somewhere else.

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by Lulu on Sun Aug 30, 2015 7:36 am
I only gave the restaurant one star because of the food. The dishes were delicious. The service on the other hand was deplorable. They bounce on the table with pads in hand as they give out the menus. Apparently they expect you to know what you want to eat before opening the menu. After you give them your order and your food arrives at the table, they magically disappear. Not once did the server return to the table to check on the drinks or the food. She did not even bother to give me a check. I waited for about half an hour to see if she even bothered if I was still occupying the booth. I was beginning to think the food was free. And to boot, I did not even get an apology. The cook rung my check and I paid her because the waitress did not want to own up to her laziness. She stood there with this doltish look as if she did something wrong. I have to disagree with you about slowness. She acted like I was a bother being there and she had to get up from the chair behind the counter next to the register. The owner should look into the quality of personnel he is hiring. It reflects on his personal and business ethics, particularly on service and managerial skills.
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