Heading to Honduras

If you’re drowning in a carby sea of pizza, burgers, pasta and fries, it may be time to switch things up when it comes to your dinner menu. Luckily, Sin Fronteras in Tulsa is at the ready to broaden your culinary horizons.

Family-owned and operated, Sin Fronteras serves up authentic Honduran food and is a sister restaurant to Las Tres Fronteras, also in Tulsa. Blending family recipes and spins on classic dishes, the restaurant’s menu is sure to impress.

Start your meal off with a seasonal soup. Guests can choose between several: the Marinera, with crab, shrimp, tilapia and coconut juice; the beef and veggie; the chicken and veggie; and the spicy 7 Mares seafood.

Family recipes abound. Highlights include pechuga – chicken breast with cabbage and red onions; empanadas; carne asada; and Honduran tacos, with chicken, beef and homemade sauce. Another can’t-miss item is the pupusa, a thick griddle cake with your choice of cheese, beans, jalapenos and pork. 

Wash your meal down with the passion fruit drink maracuya or a succulent Honduran horchata. 

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