Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Alambre Is Served Up Right at El Salto, Chesterton

El Salto in Chesterton has done it with style. Thanks to Lupita's food suggestion, Steve and I enjoyed a wonderful dish tonight called, ¨Alambre.¨ Alambre is a traditional dish originating from Mexico and is especially popular in Mexico City and Oaxaca. It is a blend of tender strips of steak, pablano peppers, onions, tomatoes, queso enchilado and melted cheese. Delish!

Along with their delicious dishes are their specialty drinks, which are frequently on special. As you can see in the picture, the 27oz, Margarita made with Petron is a special treat. Like many Mexican restaurants, guests are greeted with fresh tortilla chips, served with homemade salsa, muy delicioso is the best way to describe El Salto's fresh salsa served up in a decanter guaranteeing that you pour out as needed. It is wonderful served this way as it allows you the freedom to pour the salsa on the chips and on your freshly served entree.

If you are driving East on 80/94 from Chicago-land make sure you get off at the Valparaiso/Chesterton exit, and stop in for a very special treat.

757 Indian Boundary Rd. Chesterton, IN 46304 Phone: 219-395-9890

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