In 1992 The Larios’ Family decided to share the exquisite Honduran flavor and atmosphere with the community, by introducing it to a new type of cuisine. Under the name El Dorados’ Kitchen, we opened our doors to the world in September of 1992. Now known as Honduras Kitchen “ La Casa de la Sopa de Caracol”, we have made out customer loyalty and experience accessible at our Huntington Park and Long Beach Locations. We have taken recipes passed down from generation to genration, added some spice, color and offered it to the world for your pleasure. So next timeyour interested in expanding your taste buds do not hesitate to come check us out, at Long Beach or Huntington Park.
Some of Our Favorites —
Fresh handmade tortilla with refried beans, Honduran cream and dry cheese .( Additional toppings available at extra cost )
A fest for multiple people. Served with grilled pork chops, chicken, shrimp, Honduran chorizo, Baleadas, rice, beans, pickled onions, salad and your choice of fried banana, fried green or ripe plantain.
San Pedro Sula
Ripe plantain slice down the middle stuffed with ground beef, dry cheese, Honduran cream and pickle onions and sauce.
Aged dried brisket cooked in coconut milk soup mixed with green banana, ripe plantain and cassava.
Fried chicken served on a bed of fried green bananas and cabbage, chimol, Honduran sauce, pickled onions and Honduran dressing.
Sopa de Hombre
Coconut seafood soup made with shrimp, fish, conch, crab legs, mussels, green banana, plantains, cassava and carrots.
Ceviche de Caracol
Raw conch ceviche prepared in fresh lemon juice cilantro, tomato, onion, Honduran spices served with chips.
Whole tilapia fish, fried to a light and crispy crust served with rice, chimol, plantain and salad.