“Traditionally, El Faro was associated with a menu of snacks and two great icons that guests and residents have always enjoyed: fried fish and paellas. After listening to their recommendations, we wanted to renew certain dishes and include more local raw materials,” commented Jhonny Quintero, Buenaventura Restaurant Manager.
The idea is to give diners a much more gourmet variety, with options that genuinely allow diners to enjoy diverse flavors ranging from traditional to native.
For example, the “Pacific Cocktail” combines shrimp and sea bass in a garlic and cashew seed sauce. “The menu is divided into different moments so you can enjoy your stay in the area with exquisite cuisine.”
Another of Quintero’s recommendations is Las Perlas de Mero, which are grouper croquettes in tamarind sauce, and the Seafood Broth, based on coconut juice, prawns, squid, and coriander oil.
“I think this new menu lends itself to sharing. For example, grilled prawns, nachos, breaded prawns with coconut, and new pizzas, such as Mar y Tierra, are ideal options for spending time at El Faro with family and friends.”
In addition, the manager emphasized the new cocktail menu with which diners can liven up their afternoon. Highlights such as the Faro Spritz, the Spicy Margarita, or the Bramble are new icons of El Faro’s drinks menu.
Finally, and thinking about the next high season that is about to begin, on Saturdays, El Faro will become an ideal space to enjoy sunsets in Buenaventura, transforming it into a place where you can enjoy a night of cocktails and good music with the friends.