Taiwan's El Rincon De La Abuela restaurant choose to celebrate Cinco De Mayo by offering hungry consumers an expansive AYCE barbecue festival that promised to satisfy every visitors appetite.
The celebration, which commemorates Mexican food and culture received a unique Taiwanese twist from this particular eatery, as the selection of fusion barbecue food acknowledged the complex flavor profiles from both culinary landscapes.
This exciting BBQ event brought together the community, offering an unlimited amount of food and beverages. Most of the featured menu items included easy-to-eat offerings, like barbecued meat or fish, which typically arrived on skewers. This model of food delivery allowed for a seamless marriage of different flavor combinations, that offered a unique blend of both cuisines.
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