"The menu is melting pot Central America featuring pupusas from El Salvador, baleadas from Honduras and enchiladas from Mexico...embodies the kitchen's complexity of flavors." - MICHELIN Guide

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"A Bronx restaurant is bringing all the flavors of Central America to the borough."

"Seis Vecinos on Prospect Ave opened five years ago with the idea of bringing the unique flavors of countries like Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador together. Owners say they want to share up a variety of dishes from Central America to showcase everything the continent has to offer." - News 12 The Bronx

MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

"The Bronx is immensely proud of its heritage, but that doesn’t mean it resists change. In fact, this recruit fits in perfectly with the swiftly changing 'hood as it stands sentry at the base of a distinguished building on a prominent corner. The interior is sunny and welcoming with a gracious staff to boot; the menu is melting pot Central America featuring pupusas from El Salvador, baleadas from Honduras and enchiladas from Mexico. Go for a side of cheese-the cuajada is a soft curd variety offering a taste of Nicaragua. Tacos, like the enchilada with a spicy pork concoction, are simple but gratifying; while the heartier, fork-tender oxtail floating in an intense sauce with a hint of sweetness embodies the kitchen's complexity of flavors." - MICHELIN Guide

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"The balaeadas, too, are well worth your money. Made fresh to order, these wheat tortillas are thick and bubbly, with playful chewyness that tugs back at every bite. -it's going to be a struggle to not stop by Seis Vecinos whenever I'm around the neighborhood." - Serious Eats

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"At this Central American and Mexican kitchen, the possibilities include skirt steak, smoked pork chops, fried fish or shrimp, oxtail, and (shown) ground beef, surmounted by tomato, cilantro, grated cheese, and a magenta tangle of pickled onion." - Eating In Translation

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"We've written about Honduran restaurant Seis Vecinos before, praising their baleadas, thick flour tortillas wrapped around queso durado, refried beans, and crema, and seductive cashew apple juice. But there's more to the menu than just tortillas and juice." - Serious Eats

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"Seis Vecinos specializes in the food of Honduras and El Salvador. Keep it simple and order a balaeada, a wheat tortilla stuffed—at its most basic—with puréed beans, sour cream, and shredded cheese (here, queso doroco) to go. The tortillas, made fresh to order, are thick and bubbly, with a playful chewiness that tugs back at every bite." - Bronx Eats Serious Eats

A Great Doughnut Made of Masa at Seis Vecinos

"Up until last week, if you asked me where to find a quality doughnut in the Bronx I'd scratch my head. Now I can tell you: one of the borough's finest desserts is the Honduran-style Rosquillas el Dulce from Mott Haven's Seis Vecinos. " - Sugar Rush : Serious Eats

...I am still glad that I tried this classic Honduran dish and I think many people will enjoy it.

"The translation to English of the restaurant's name Seis Vecinos "six neighbors," refers to the restaurant proudly serving food of all five Central American countries, as well as Mexico. However, the owner, and head-chef are from Honduras and Seis Vecinos presents the best of traditional Honduran dishes." - ETHNIC EPICURE