The food and Haitian seasoning are now established in Monterrey. A young man, whose profession in his native country was DJ, decided to leave the turntables to undertake a trip to Mexico where he has been living for eight months and for a week he began to make one of his dreams come true, to have a restaurant that represents his culture. .
In Haiti I was studying and practicing as a DJ, what makes me happiest is that I am representing my country, I like that and we want to continue later”, said Dexter.
Dexter arrived in Monterrey together with his cousin and his girlfriend, where he received support from some Mexican friends to start his first restaurant called “Creole”, where they offer dishes such as empanadas and one of their typical dishes, Fritay, which is chicken. seasoned and fried, with fried plantains, potatoes and salad.
The young entrepreneur assures that one of his dreams is to become a chain of large Haitian food restaurantswhere you can give work to your family your friends.
“We have many dreams, I want to be like McDonald’s, like a big restaurant, that’s how I want to put it in all of Mexico,” he said.
Carlos Reséndiz is one of the guests who enjoys exploring different flavors and mentions that the seasoning he found in the restaurant is exquisite and he highly recommends it.
I wanted to come to try caught my attention, I would like to try new things. The food is very tasty, ounces are very different and it has a sauce that is very spicy, but I do recommend it,” he commented.
The establishment is located on Sendero Sur Avenue at number 2419, in the Las Brisas neighborhood in Monterrey.
Whoever likes to try the seasoning can arrive or place their orders through WhatsApp at number 8116917351.
Preparation of a chicken dish with potatoes, fried plantain and other ingredients that has fascinated Monterrey residents. Photo: Osvaldo Núñez
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