TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A new restaurant in the capital will continue the tradition of a Topeka legacy – Rosa’s Mexican restaurant – with recipes inspired by the family.
As a young boy, Abraham Barron says in a Facebook post that he learned to cook authentic Mexican dishes with his grandmother, which became the foundation of his love of cooking.
When he was young, Barron said his grandmother opened the Mexican restaurant Rosa, which was a staple for him and many other Topekans.
Barron said he was happy to announce that traditional cuisine will once again grace the streets of the capital with Rosa’s Mijo – cuisine inspired by his family’s heritage. He said residents should keep an eye out for take-out family meals, the Mijo Queso cart and catering.
Currently, Barron said the Mijo de Rosa is in the Federal Carlson Building, 444 SE Quincy. However, since the building is federal property, phones are prohibited and identification is required. Food service is open in the building from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, except federal holidays.
Barron sent special thanks to his grandmother, Juanita Barron, family and friends.
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