A local food stand in downtown Tijuana formerly known for its quesadillas and delicious ranchero-style steaks has recently switched to an all Haitian-fare menu to give the growing group of stranded Caribbean immigrants a taste of home in Mexico.
Fausta Rosalía, owner of Lonchería Dulce, told me she decided to change her restaurant’s menu when five Haitian women showed up looking for some comfort food. They were far from home, stuck in a foreign land, and needed a familiar meal. Tacos just wouldn’t do the trick. Read More via Fusion.