3. Brasa Peruvian introduces new menu items
When Michel Falcon opened Brasa Peruvian Kitchen with the pandemic in full swing, he knew he was taking a chance. But, the man behind Baro, Petty Cash and tons of other trendy Toronto spots loves taking risks. And, so far, Brasa has offered many a reward.
His new chain is slated to open its fifth Toronto location in Leslieville in May, and is already looking into expansion across Canada and the United States. And, his most recent venture with the business is driven by the customers. Brasa Sauce is now available for purchase by the bottle, and a ceviche bowl was added to the menu. Ceviche is, after all, Peru's national dish, and Falcon's take is both satisfying and healthy, with Brasa's 72 calorie Tuna Ceviche bowl delivering 42g of protein per serving.