Guillermo Peters’ first restaurant was referred to as Taqueros. It was situated in a Kenner strip mall, however the self-taught chef, who grew up exterior Mexico Metropolis, had grander ambitions. In 2004, he opened Taqueros y Coyoacán in a large constructing on St. Charles Avenue. The primary ground was a relaunch of the informal Taqueros, the place tacos and tortas dominated. Upstairs was Coyoacán, Peters’ wonderful eating Mexican restaurant. A night at Coyoacán started with a go to from a tequila cart and the menu included chipotle-stuffed filet mignon, rack of lamb with a chile sauce and grilled duck breast marinated in ancho chile adobo. After Hurricane Katrina, Peters didn’t reopen the second ground, however he added a few of Coyoacán’s dishes to the Taqueros menu. He finally closed the restaurant in 2007, however reopened in for a time in 2009. Immediately, Peters cooks at Canal Road Bistro, the place a few of his Mexican fare is on the menu.
Readers who ate at Taqueros y Coyoacán shared these reminiscences:
“Brief-lived however good.” — Ffion Ambroise
“I used to be by no means upset. Nice ambiance too!” — Ben Hennington
“Liked it, particularly after they have been out in Kenner earlier than going Uptown.” — Melanie Hayman
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