Sonoran Cuisine

Comedor Guadalajara, located in Phoenix, Arizona at 1830 S. Central, continues to enjoy great success after two generations of family tradition. The restaurant was started in 1968 by Magdaleno Sanchez and is now run by daughters Teresa Sanchez-Hiller and Maria Sanchez-Gortarez as well as son Antonio Sanchez.

When their father opened the restaurant over 35 years ago, they had a four person team but have now grown to an operation of more than 50 associates. Part of their success can be attributed to the exceptional staff and management’s philosophy of treating their associates like family. But, it’s the authenticity of the great food served that keeps diners coming back time and again.

Offering sonoran style cuisine from the North part of Mexico, their authentic Mexican food is true to its heritage. One of their signature plates, Parillada Grande “Mariscada” or Seafood Grill, includes whole fresh water fish, shrimp, slipper tail lobster, squid, calamari and mussels. If seafood is your craving, you will enjoy the abundance of these culinary delights from the sea. Other specialties include Carne Asada (grilled steak), Carnitas de Puerco (pork loin) and Chile Relleno (stuffed chile).

Breakfast comes with its own specialties. Traditional dishes such as menudo, a spicy breakfast soup, can be found on the weekends. And, their newly added special of “Huevos con Nopalitos” should not be missed. Don’t forget your appetite on this dining out because the portions are plentiful.

Shamrock Foods salutes Comedor Guadalajara as part of ongoing Delicious Destinations travels.

- Marcela Jacober

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