La Brasa offers casual Latin fare
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.
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.
Fr i endly a nd f a s t . You order at the counter, so it’s not a full-service restaurant.
Quiet, even as a steady stream of customers ordered lunch during our visit.
Yes. There are a couple kids’ meals on the menu, and the atmosphere is casual, choices are plentiful, and prices are modest.
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.