Lake Worth, FL (PRWEB) February 07, 2014
La Granja understands how busy families are in today’s world; they also understand the importance of eating healthy when on the go. This is why it has always been their mission to serve fresh, whole ingredients and recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. Peruvian fare has become a staple in South Florida’s food scene and La Granja has become the area’s “go-to” restaurant when hungry individuals and families desire authentic Peruvian cuisine. Between work and extracurricular activities for the kids, planning and preparing a nutritious dinner every night of the week can be exhausting and time consuming. Luckily, for both individuals and families who live in the Lake Worth and Greenacres area, there is a La Granja location right nearby.
Celebrate the Colorful and Delicious History of Peruvian Food
Are residents in Lake Worth in the mood for succulent ceviche? Perhaps, roasted chicken, juicy and perfectly seasoned is more to one's liking. With a variety of seafood, pork, beef and chicken options, people are sure to get high quality meat, perfectly prepared, when they dine at La Granja. Add one of La Granja's appetizing sides, such as traditional rice and beans, Yuca, tostones, fried bananas, salad and more, to complete the meal. Feeding a large, hungry family? Great! At La Granja on Lake Worth Road, family platters are available, such as sautéed beef or chicken, or whole rotisserie chicken. Served with numerous sides and drinks, a family is sure to be full and satisfied after dining at one of La Granja's restaurants.
In addition to great food, La Granja also takes pride in the atmosphere it creates for its diners. A longstanding Peruvian tradition is the ability to dine in a relaxed atmosphere where one can engage with those around them and enjoy quality time together over a good meal. So come in and visit-- maybe change things up with the order selection, or pick a traditional favorite. Whatever one chooses, enjoy some down time and catch up with friends or family members at La Granja.
La Granja Greenacres – Taking Pride in Traditional Peruvian Cuisine Preparation
What is one way to tell if someone takes pride in their craft? Recognition, of course. Not only does La Granja have a loyal base of customers who dine at the restaurant on a regular basis, but La Granja has also been publicly recognized by The Restaurant Review Magazine. In fact, the magazine bestowed the “Best Peruvian Restaurant of the Year,” “and “Best Family Style Peruvian Cuisine” awards upon us. We are proud to serve delicious and homemade Peruvian cuisine, created through a combination of Spanish and Amerindian ingredients and techniques. La Granja's mission is to continue the long and rich history that embodies Peruvian fare and keeps residents and visitors of South Florida healthy and satisfied.
If people have not experienced the mouthwatering food of La Granja, they can stop by one of the Palm Beach locations, including:
With numerous restaurants throughout the county, La Granja removes the need to resort to cheap quality fast food when one is trying to feed their busy family a healthy lunch or dinner. Forgo the processed meals served at other restaurants and be treated to a generous portion of homemade, perfectly seasoned, piping hot food. The best part is that a diner can select from a variety of lunch and dinner specials and platters starting at just $4.45. This is true Peruvian cuisine…this is La Granja!
All of the Palm Beach County locations can be found by visiting http://www.lagranjarestaurants.com and searching under the locations tab.
About La Granja
In 1993, La Granja opened its first Restaurant in Aruba Island, with the idea of making the Peruvian style rotisserie chicken and some Peruvian plates known in the island. The idea worked great, and the food was not only known, but it became part of the Arubian daily meal. Because of this success, it was decided to introduce the same idea in Florida, so in 1995 the first location was opened in Margate. The results were even better. Since then, and because of the great acceptance, La Granja decided to take its great food, fast attention and low prices to more and more places, so more locations were opened: Hollywood in 1997, West Palm Beach and the second one in Margate in 2001, Kendall and another one in Aruba in 2002, Pembroke Pines in 2003, Orlando, Tamarac and Weston in 2004, a second location in Hollywood and two locations in Fort Pierce in 2005, and in 2006 in Boca Raton and Chicago. Year 2007 meant a big step for the company, besides opening in Lauderhill, a second location in Pembroke Pines, and the second one in West Palm Beach, the restaurant company started its franchising era, turning the Kendall location into the first franchise, and opening the second one in Fort Myers. The Restaurant Review Magazine recognized La Granja as "The Best Peruvian Restaurant of the Year" on 2003, "The Best Family Style Peruvian Restaurant" in 2004 and "Best Peruvian Cuisine of Fort Lauderdale 2007". La Granja has been in the business for more than ten years, and is planning to stay for many more. This just the beginning.
Learn more about us at http://www.lagranjarestaurants.com.