Dining: Pan-Latin/South American
Not only are the prices incredibly low, considering the quality of the ingredients and the size of the portions, but the fare is eclectic: a mix of Peruvian and Colombian. You need to try some of each — the hearty, earthy beef and chicken dishes of the highlands and the seafood specialties of the coastline — to fully appreciate what Costa Verde's kitchen is doing. Everything is worth trying once but the seafood is especially nice.
Need another excuse to get off work early? One taste of Mi Pilon's primarily Dominican cuisine and you'll try to get away just to make it to the restaurant before its 8 p.m. closing time. With a comfortable atmosphere, you'll feel free to sit back and pig out on diet-crushing empanadas, succulent pork in all its forms, savory mofongo, and powerful camarones ajillo (shrimp with garlic butter). With generous portions for a small price, you won't regret missing that last hour of work.
Central American cuisine includes Salvadoran, Honduran and Ecuadoran as well as more familiar Mexican-oriented items. No matter, the must-eat are the pupusas -- a pancake-like item filled with gooey cheese and meat.
This restaurant has great tacos and features a Dominican, Caribbean twist.
Serving Ecuadorian specialties in Norcross along Buford Highway.
Colombian restaurant serving traditional dishes as well as small snacks.
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