Chester, Pennsylvania, just opened a kickin’ new restaurant for folks to sink their teeth into and get a taste of delicious, Los Angeles-inspired cuisine at L.A. Taco Bistro. With options in the area for the usual hoagies, Chinese take-out and one fast food burger chain, L.A. Taco Bistro offers up bold, succulent flavors all handcrafted by the owner and head chef, Kasai Smith.
At a young age, Smith was always fascinated by making culinary creations for himself, adding mix-ins to his pancakes or grilling up fish he caught in the nearby creek in a cast iron skillet. When he moved to Los Angeles, he was intrigued by the local flavors inspired by Mexican chefs located only a few hours away. Smith wanted to bring these tastes to the East Coast, where these food options were an untapped market customers wanted.
The menu at L.A. Taco Bistro offers a myriad of choices at great prices to satisfy your zesty cravings. Guests can skim through a list of tacos, burritos, fajita/burrito bowls, quesadillas and nachos with choices of marinated steak, seasoned chicken, shrimp and fish topped with bright mango salsa. Each dish is beautifully plated and bursting with flavor from fresh ingredients that leave customers wanting more.
Customers wanting to try L.A. Taco Bistro are recommended to come early during peak hours as the restaurant has been known to sell out quickly.
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