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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Review + Slideshow: Las Palmas

Posted By on Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 10:00 AM

click to enlarge JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Jennifer Silverberg
My review of Las Palmas is now available online. Las Palmas is located at 7356 Manchester Road, the former El Scorcho location. This is the second Las Palmas, after the original in Woodson Terrace. In this week's Back of the House slideshow, photographer Jennifer Silverberg takes you into the restaurant and shows off some of its dishes. More photos after the jump.

The stuffed shrimp is six-crab meat, stuffed shrimp, breaded and pan-fried, served over cilantro rice with creamy diablo sauce. It is served with lemon and pico de gallo. See the full slideshow here. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • The stuffed shrimp is six-crab meat, stuffed shrimp, breaded and pan-fried, served over cilantro rice with creamy diablo sauce. It is served with lemon and pico de gallo. See the full slideshow here.

Las Palmas' young owner, Edwin Steve Suarez, who usually just goes by "Steve" shares responsibilities with his mother, Veronica Morales. The pair still operates the successful Las Palmas in Woodson Terrace. The family sold the Las Palmas in Overland to another family years ago. See the full slideshow here. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • Las Palmas' young owner, Edwin Steve Suarez, who usually just goes by "Steve" shares responsibilities with his mother, Veronica Morales. The pair still operates the successful Las Palmas in Woodson Terrace. The family sold the Las Palmas in Overland to another family years ago. See the full slideshow here.
Next is the Filete de Pescado a la Diabla. It is a filet of red snapper sautéed and topped with a spicy cream sauce. It too is served with cilantro rice, veggies, guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo. See the full slideshow here. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • Next is the Filete de Pescado a la Diabla. It is a filet of red snapper sautéed and topped with a spicy cream sauce. It too is served with cilantro rice, veggies, guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo. See the full slideshow here.

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