As Gurnee’s Latin American restaurant, Momcorn features a new twist on corn. This relatively young business specializes in ancient Latin American recipes to create healthy and convenient meals made from corn, and foods that are Mexican and Latin. In particular, Momcorn expands on Mexican food to introduce customers to a broader Latin American menu.
Momcorn offers the authentic taste of Latin American market and street foods made with traditional methods of preparation in an American-style restaurant. Sergio Rivera, Momcorn founder, is in charge of the recipes and guarantees the authentic flavors and high qualify of the food.
The restaurant incorporates modern technology. It not only has Wi-Fi in the restaurant for customers, but it has also a strong online presence through its website, Facebook and Yelp.
This Mexican and Latin American restaurant offers a variety of foods and gluten-free options. With Fall in full swing, customers may warm up enjoying one of its homemade soups, such as the red pozole that is served every day or with any of its hot dishes. All of Momcorn’s dishes are made from scratch and prepared to order, like the quesadillas made with fresh corn tortillas.
For more information about Momcorn, call 224-610-0407, view the restaurant on the Web at www.momcorn.com or on Facebook, or visit 5101 Washington St. #2, in Gurnee, IL 60031
Momcorn is relatively young business that was established in 2010 and specializes in ancient Latin American recipes to create healthy, convenient and quick meals. The restaurant serves a varied menu of flavorful, corn-based foods from Mexico, as well as Central and South America. All dishes are prepared to order in an open kitchen and are made from scratch using authentic techniques.
Momcorn is a great alternative to fast food, but is still quick. In fact, many of its "grab'n go" snacks are natural, healthy, nutritious, different, varied and delicious.