Located in downtown Silver Spring across the AFI Silver Theater and Cultural Center, the family-run La Malinche offers a unique tapas menu featuring Spanish and Mexican cuisine that includes small-sized dishes as diverse chicken crockets, blackened scallops and corn salsa makes for a delectable experience. And nothing is as good to start a mouth-watering journeys as a well-prepared and yes, affordable, glass of sangria.
The Washington Post
Two cuisines, a few problemas
By Tom Sietsema | January 23, 2013
Playing across the street from the AFI Silver Theatre in Silver Spring is a double food feature called La Malinche. Can't decide between Spanish and Mexican? No hay problema. The kitchen of the family-run dining room serves small plates two ways, as tapas and botanas.
The effort of four relatives from El Salvador, La Malinche made its debut in November. Co-owner Jaime Sorto counts experience as a server at La Tasca in Chinatown; his brother, Hugo Bonilla, a former cook at Busboys & Poets on 14th Street NW, reprises that role here. Read more...