La Brasa of­fers ca­sual Latin fare

The Palm Beach Post - Neighborhood Post - Southern Palm Beach County - - Front Page - By Jeff Ostrowski Palm Beach Post Staff Writer jostrowski@pb­post.com Twit­ter: @bio561

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La Brasa serves Latin sta­ples, in­clud­ing skirt steak chur­rasco, seafood fried rice and ce­viche. Sides in­clude white and yel­low rice, plan­tains and yuca. En­trée prices range from $5.99 for a quar­ter chicken to $15.99 for the skirt steak. La Brasa doesn’t serve al­co­hol, but it does sell Inca Kola, the Peru­vian fa­vorite.

AT­MOS­PHERE

La Brasa runs a small chain of ca­sual eater­ies with a fast food feel. You or­der at the counter, wait for your food t o a r r ive . There ’s a l s o a drive-through win­dow. La Brasa also has lo­ca­tions on Okee­chobee Boule­vard in West Palm Beach and on Boyn­ton Beach Boule­vard.

OUR FA­VORITE FOOD/PRICE

The ce­viche ($13.99) was enough for two peo­ple, and it was topped with slices of sweet po­tato, an in­trigu­ing touch. We a l s o l i ked t he whole chicken fam­ily meal ($16.99), and es­pe­cially the side of yuca fries.

REA­SON TO GO

Qual­ity food, unique menu items and quick ser­vice.

SER­VICE

Fr i endly a nd f a s t . You or­der at the counter, so it’s not a full-ser­vice restau­rant.

NOISE LEVEL

Quiet, even as a steady stream of cus­tomers or­dered lunch dur­ing our visit.

KID FRIENDLY

Yes. There are a cou­ple kids’ meals on the menu, and the at­mos­phere is ca­sual, choices are plen­ti­ful, and prices are mod­est.

CON­TRIB­UTED

La Brasa runs a small chain of ca­sual eater­ies with a fast-food feel. You or­der at the counter and wait for your food to ar­rive. There’s also a drive-through win­dow.

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