Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Paila Chilean Grill expands menu: steak, fish, ceviche, more

New stuff at Paila

Paila Chilean Grill, the great Chilean place on Park Road (see my earlier review here) has just expanded their menu! I stopped in the other day and the owner pointed out some new items, specifically ceviche, the marinated seafood dish popular in Latin America, as well as beef, tilapia and chicken "a la pobre," which is a traditional Chilean dish made with steak, fish or chicken topped with a fried egg and fried onions, over French fries. It's more expensive than the other items, but sounds pretty delicious.

They'll still serve their delicious sandwiches, like the chacarero with steak, avocado, jalapenos, green beans, lettuce, tomatoes and mayo, and the fish tacos.

In addition, I finally had a chance to try the brazo de reina (Queen's arm), a cake made of dulce de leche and coconut -- it's often sold out. And I must say, pretty great. Worth a go if they have it:



  1. Eat here, neighbors. The food's great. My kids love this place, but it's pretty empty too much of the time

  2. I love this place--can't wait to try the new dishes!


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