Hispanic Heritage Month is in full affect and hundreds of Miami local businesses and restaurants are joining in on the celebration.
The acclaimed burger restaurant iBurger in Miami has given the traditional hamburger a makeover replacing one ingredient; their buns. Instead, iBurger is ditching the original bun for one of Latin American’s most essential and authentic ingredient in hundreds of dishes: the plantain or el platáno. Yes you read that right. The ‘Tostón Burger’ is the burger we never knew we needed.
The Tostón Burger pays homage to Latin cuisine with a the best meat patty cooked to order, fried cheese, lettuce and the crowning jewel: a homemade sauce with hints of coriander that perfectly fuses all flavors, making this creation a flavorful masterpiece on the palate.
For the owner and founder of iBurger, Alexander Soto, Latin American cuisine is diverse in flavors, colors and textures, but elements as unique as tostones make a difference at the table from those who incorporate them into their preparations.
“I have Venezuelan roots and there are flavors that are never forgotten, that is what we want to achieve with the Tostón Burger, a proposal that invites you to return soon for more,” said Soto.
iBurger’s Toston Burger will be available throughout Hispanic Heritage Month at the restaurant’s headquarters at 275 NE 18th Street in Miami, where visitors can combine it with the house’s addictive artisan fries, the most exclusive selection of beers and the best sweet temptations to cap off a culinary experience that will confirm that it was love at first bite.
For more information about iBurger and its menu, connect on social media:
Instagram: @iburgermiami or visit Website: https://iburger.us/