The Rebozos name is taken from a beautiful garment worn in all parts of Mexico. It’s origin is from the Colonial period when Indian women combined their traditional long cotton cloth shawls with the cloaks woen by Spanish women thus creating the Rebozos.

It truly is a Mexican born, like our food taste, which never changes. Always traditionally hand made, well cooked, warm and delicious!

You are welcome to feel the experience in Rebozos!
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Most of today’s Rebozos food is based on pre-hispanic traditions, including the Aztecs and Mayas, combined with culinary trends introduced by Spanish colonists. Quesadillas, for example, are a flour or corn tortilla with cheese (often Mexican style soft farmer’s cheese such as Queso Fresco). Beef, chicken, pork, and so on.

The indigenous part of this and many other traditional foods is the chile pepper. Foods like these tend to be very colorful because of the rich variety of vegetables (among them are the chili peppers, green peppers, chilies, broccoli, cauliflower, and radishes) and meats in Mexican food.

 
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