Published: 12:00, 03 August 2019
If you have just come home from a holiday abroad and got a taste for more exotic cuisine, pop along to Rochester’s new Spanish and Latin American restaurant.
Rico Sabor in the High Street opens for business on Tuesday offering a menu crammed with tapas, paellas, fajitas and nachos.
And head chef Julian Ramirez, who has an eatery of the same name in Gravesend, plans to create a range of new authentic dishes for his latest venture.
The restaurant conversion, in the former Castle Food and Wine store, caters for up to 100 diners.
Julian, 35, who is half Spanish and half Columbian, came to England from Valencia, a Spanish town famed for its tapas, which can be served for everyone as a main meal.
Julian, will be working alongside other members of his family in both the kitchen and “rustic” themed dining area.