At Cielo Rojo, it starts with the masa - mexican restaurant serving dishes
by：Two Eight 2019-10-28
The following comments appear in The Washington Post's 2019 spring food guide. Cielo Rojo(Not yet rated)This mom-and-
Pop in Takoma Park is too small for customers to sit on their kneesto-knee, copper-
Under the command of chef David Perez, the bar at the top can see more or less that their meals are made in the open kitchen.
The launch pad for his delightful tortillas and tortillas is house-
The chef plays yellow, blue and red-
Farmers from Oaxaca.
Fried mushrooms with garlic, plus a little tequila, to make a delicious "drunk" Taco, in a more delicious choice, I currently prefer shredded meat flavored with orange, you need another napkin.
Peres is from Mexico City. He will also make big dishes.
Grilled fish wrapped in two sauces (
Parsley in red and green)
There's a thatched grass around-
The food includes French fries, tomato salad and butter avocado fans (and fun)enough for two. Cielo Rojo (“Red Sky”)
Prove a little family affairs.
The chef's wife, Julie Lina McCandless, was accommodating in the restaurant, where her father built beautiful oak benches and tiles --topped tables.
This cooking is best served with a drink based on tequila or mezcal, but the deal is this: whiskey and gin are placed under the bar. (Not yet rated)
Cielo Rojo: 7056 Carol Avenue. , Takoma Park. 301-755-0833. cielo-rojo. com.
Open: lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Sunday.
Price: $11 to $20 for dinner, $3 for tortillas. 25 to $3. 75.
Sound check: 72 decibels/must speak with raised sound. --
The following preview was originally released on February. 8, 2019.
Welcome Mom at Tacoma Parkand-
In addition to tacossa, the popular Mexican attractions explain to a large extent why the Gulf region wants to be replaced by the East Coast by the catallina McCandless, in order to have close contact with family in the Silver Spring.
She and her chef
Husband David Perez, both of whom work in a catering company.
I had a daughter, Hilo, 19 months ago.
But the high cost of living in San Francisco has also played a part, where mccandice says "most of it is in Oakland ".
When she was 35, she didn't want a roommate.
A year ago, the couple decided to return to her hometown of Maryland.
In January, they opened Cielo Rojo at the 32-year-old Tacoma Park.
Seating area for their favorite food: Mexico.
Red sky refers to their love of sunset and their favorite Mexican song.
There are a dozen dishes on the menu, playing the skills and memories of Perez, a native of Mexico City who met his wife seven years ago while cooking at Gracias Madre, A vegetarian Mexican restaurant in San Francisco.
Cielo Rojo is very compact with someone sitting in comfortable copper
The bar at the top can see more or less that their meals are made in the open kitchen.
The starting point of the delightful tortillas ($3. 50 to $3. 75)
And the middle grid ($10 to $13)is house-
The chef plays in yellow, blue and red
Farmers from Oaxaca, Mexico.
Stir-fried mushrooms with garlic, plus a little tequila to make a delicious "drunk" taco, and I 'd love to come back and buy a blue tacos wrapped in beer --Braised orange-
Shredded pork and white cheese juicing, a tortillas with stinging Chilean APO and tomatio Saras stripes sprinkled with pepitas.
If you start with some lush avocado sauce and scoop it up with crispy tortillas or Gaudas, nut potatoes, any meal is better --and-
The Masa cake is made from enameled plates decorated with cream avocado, lettuce ruffles, etc.
Chicken moles are sweet because of my taste and this defect is forgiven in the delicious work of Cielo Rojo.
For example, please see grilled fish.
Better yet, taste the bundled entrees covered in guashilloRed parsley-
Green sauce with soft but satisfying indoor fries and onions
The owners recruited mccandice's father, Jeffrey, who was a carpenter,
It has a boutique restaurant in Tianye Gaocai Park, which provides a full service for the restaurant;
His oak benches and tiles
The top table is on display.
San Francisco photographer Kelly Puleio adds color to the white walls with photos of her church, dancers and parades in Oaxaca.
Looking forward to seeing a line in front of the counter, the order is there and the customer hovers around the bar hoping someone can finish their enchilada or pan-
Organic fried chicken is fast.
Perez's food is best washed back with something containing mezcal or tequila.
Margaret's first class.
Rate, most in line with the theme of the outpost.
Not that you can't get anything else, says McCandless.
"There are whiskey and gin under the bar. ”