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June 21, 2018

Visit Pennsylvania: Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar

I love Latin food and rum, so when I discovered Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar in the very cool lifestyle center of the King of Prussia Town Center in Montgomery County, I just knew our family had to dine there!

The lively restaurant features cuisine inspired by Central and South America, Cuba and the Latin Caribbean, and offers an extensive menu of rums for every palate.

I had no idea how much there was to learn about rum, but Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar gives guests a Rum Bible to help them figure out which rum would best serve their personal tastes.  For instance, Spanish Style Rums are smooth, sweet and buttery, whereas French Style Rums are intense, fruity, and complex.  With the help of the Rum Bible, you can easily find a rum similar to your favorite type of spirit.

After going through the Rum Bible, I opted for a Paladar Rum Punch cocktail, which was made from two English Style Rums reminiscent of whiskey - Mount Gay Black Barrel and Smith & Cross.  The bold flavors of the rum combined well with the citrus liqueur and fresh fruit juices.
Paladar Rum Punch
The manager surprised me with a Spanish Rum Flight, of which I enjoyed the full-bodied Kirk & Sweeney 12 year the best. 
Spanish Rum Flight
It was great to be able to taste a variety of rums, especially when paired with amazing food.

Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar has a Craft-Your-Own Guacamole option.  Housemade guacamole made from avocados, tomatoes, onions, cilantro and lime juice is served with plantain, malanga, and corn chips, and you can add additional ingredients to your liking for an additional charge (I added Pickled Red Onions).  The guacamole was some of the best I ever had - chunky and so flavorful.  I ate almost the entire bowl myself!
Guacamole
Our table was also given some Brazilian Cheesy Bread to try.  This gluten-free bread is made with yucca flour, and stuffed with Chihuahua cheese.  It was a very filling and tasty appetizer!

Brazilian Cheesy Bread
For my entree, I opted for the Feijoada Stew, which consisted of pork, chorizo sausage, black beans, sofrito vegetables, kale, sofrito rice, and grilled Cuban bread. 
Feijoada Stew
Each bite of this hearty stew was full of aromatic rice, veggies, and meat.  Had I not almost eaten the entire bowl of guacamole, I may have very well finished off the stew.  It was very delicious
Rum Glazed Cuban Pork
The Rum Glazed Cuban Pork was served with black beans, coconut mango rice, and pico de gallo.

Kids meals are available for those 12 and under, and include a drink.

All meals are reasonably-priced at $7 or less, and portion sizes are rather generous.
Build-Your-Own Chicken Tacos

Popcorn Chicken
 Each of the kids indulged in a Kids ice cream sundae for dessert for just $2 each!
Kids Ice Cream Sundae
Of course the adults wanted dessert too, and even though I was absolutely stuffed, I ordered the popular Margarita Donuts.
Margarita Donuts
Bite-sized donuts were dusted with vanilla-lime sugar and served with a margarita sauce.  It was hard to eat just one!

We had a fantastic dinner at Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar.  Service was great, and the food and drink did not disappoint.  It's a great place to take the entire family for dinner!


Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar
King of Prussia Town Center
250 Main Street
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Our dinner was hosted.  Gratuity was paid on my own.

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