I have been waiting for the tastes of southern Mexico and Latin America to make its way up here. A few friends and I had a nice meal there that provided some of what I've been looking for.
I had the Lechon with a wine sauce. The acidity was a wonderful counter to the savory richness of the pork and onions. I enjoyed the black beans and mixed them with the rice to have passable Moros y Cristianos. Yum. Actually, thinking back, my opinion is that the Lechon I had would make excellent Tacos de Cazuela!
My spouse had the Tacos Pastor (not to be confused with Tacos al Pastor) and while well executed, the tastes of the ingredients did not seem to meld all that well. She also liked the black beans very much.
I plan on coming back to try some more of la cocina de Georgina's, perhaps the Pollo a la Plancha. And, I'd recommend Georgina's for people who want to try some Latin American cooking that isn't just some riff on Northern Mexican, especially to taste what decent arroz y frijoles is like.
My trip there reminds me that I need to make some Gallo Pinto along with Patacones con Guacamole and perhaps some Ceviche. And from my tasting, any of that would be well within the competence of Antonio.
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