PEMBROKE PINES, Fla., April 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The famed Chef Omar Covarrubias, who was awarded the National award for the Latino Chef of the Year at The Flavors of Passion 2011 Awards event, announced today the grand opening of his restaurant in South Florida, I Love Tacos restaurant one of the first of what plans to become the first franchise chain of authentic Mexican food restaurants in South Florida.
I Love Tacos is the perfect combination expected by residents of South Florida, as guests can enjoy the rich Mexican gastronomy with exquisite traditional dishes and seasonings, such as: sopes de cochinita pibil/ roasted pork sopes, tacos de carne asada/ marinated skirt steak tacos, tacos al pastor/chili rubbed pork mixed with pineapple chunks, rajas con crema/Poblano chile with cream, queso fundido con chorizo/melted cheese with sausage, the popular Guacamole, chips, churros and best homemade sauces, etc ... and the selection of chef's specialties such as tacos de pescado/ fish tacos, Award-Winning-Wet Burritos, enchiladas habaneras/habanero enchiladas and much, much more.
Small typical details of different regions of Mexico, memorable music, cozy and intimate atmosphere for the family, carry out and catering service for private events have made I Love Tacos the ideal place for Mexican food lovers.
Chef Omar Covarrubias said: "In I Love Tacos you will enjoy truly authentic Mexican food at really affordable prices, and soon we will open from morning to offer the Mexican breakfasts and to please the palate of our customers at any time of day.
I Love Tacos is open Monday through Thursday from 12:00 to 9:00pm, Friday through Saturday from 12:00 to 11:00 pm and Sundays from 12:00 to 8:00pm and is located at: 17722 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, Fl 33029, Tel (954) 447-6262
For more information about I Love Tacos Franchise Opportunities, please contact Chef Omar Covarrubias at 917-806-4296 or via email at [email protected]
About Chef Omar Covarrubias:
Born in Mexico City on August 24, 1969 and at a very young age he was already experimenting with traditional Mexican products at his family's hotel kitchen en Cuautla, Morelos, Mexico with the guidance and "secretos" of traditional "cocineras" from several regions of Mexico. He attended and graduated Johnson and Wales Culinary School in Florida. He was chosen as the Executive chef for governmental functions including a gala dinner for the Mexican president during his visit to the world economic forum in Davos, Switzerland.
SOURCE Chef Omar Covarrubias