Cachaca are really good. You also need to taste the tequeños and empanadas. Prices are good. Service ok.
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Popped in for late lunch at Zaguan based upon TA reviews, and loved everything about it. Not busy at all during weekday at 1:30 pm. Immediate service and a lovely menu of South American/Caribbean choices. I ordered one of their specialty dishes, Cachapa, a traditional...More
Great way to taste South American food and compare to Mexican styles. Open all day, we chose lunchtime for entrees and appetizers. Quantities were filling! I had plantains three different ways, plus empanadas Venezuela style. Good meat filling (beef or pork) with a small amount...More
This is a new favorite for my husband and I! My picky 14 year old LOVED the breakfast which is served all day and included a fruit smoothie! We were too full to try the bakery offerings but will be back again.
I ate at Zaguan Cafe tonight. I started with an order of the Argentian empanadas. I had the beef empanadas, which had a good beef and cumin flavor. They came with a delicious roasted pepper tomato salsa which added to the flavor. I followed this...More
Very good Latin American bakery with a nice dining room decorated with typical hacienda floors and doors. The coffee is good and they have a nice assortment of imported food products and beers. And lots of delicious pastries to choose from. Good for groups, but...More
We eat here quite frequently when we're in Dallas. They have a wide range of delectable latin bakery goods as well as tasty sandwiches, soups and small dishes.
I've been eating there for almost a decade an average of every other week for a reason, the food is delicious. The menu varies from traditional Latin-American dishes to international flavors; one can have scrambled eggs for breakfast, arepas and cachapas (my favorite), steaks, shredded...More
Saturday AMs are crowded but for a unique brunch and good coffee worth getting in and finding a spot. They ran out of some breads we wanted to try. Very helpful menu and picture menu explaining what everything is for us Anglos. And they have...More
I went to Zaguan twice (for lunch and dinner) on a recent visit to Dallas and the food was outstanding. On my first visit, I had the "pabellón", which is whredded beef with white rice, black beans, and sweet fried plantains. On my second visit...More