We went in the early stages of their opening. And now that they have settled in, I would love to go again. We did have about 50% attendance last time due no shows and last minute cancellations, so please only sign up if you are serious about some Cuban & South American cuisine.
Located on Nolensville Pike near the zoo - on the North side of the railroad tracks. The owner, Alfonso, is looking forward to us coming for a visit. Let's plan to attend their Sunday brunch.
Their menu(click menu) is scanned onto our Meetup site under "More/Files". The menu is divided into Cuban, Peruvian, Venezuelan and Colombian cuisines. Their menu may have expanded more since this was the original I received from them a few months back.
Do you love eating ethnic foods or are willing to try? Join us. Few people realize what a melting pot Nashville is becoming. And fewer, realize what an abundance of ethnic restaurants there are - Vietnamese, Korean, Persian, Ethiopian, Thai, Indian, Honduran, Turkish, Cuban, Japanese/sushi, and the list goes on. Nashville is home to the largest population of Kurds in the US with great bakeries. Let's visit some old favorites and discover some new ones together!
Nashville also offers many cultural events during the summer & fall, ethnic cooking classes and regional wine tastings. Let's expand our horizons beyond food. Namasté!
About the Meetup Group name: Pho is a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup dish (served with cilantro and/or Thai basil, mung bean, lime, jalapenos, hoisin & sriracha). The word "pho" is properly pronounced as if asking a question. It is not pronounced with a long "o," but instead rhymes with the "u" in the word "but". So the final pronunciation is "fuh".
Rose, Organizer email: email@example.com
NOTE TO ALL NEW MEMBERS: Please, don't be discouraged by full events, join the "wait list". It often turns over about 60-75%, people sign up early and drop out. This is a popular and higher commitment dining group, so please show up if you sign up.