During the 1970’s, Daniel Corozo arrived to Guayaquil, from his birthplace, Esmeraldas, to sell toasted peanuts in the streets of Guayaquil, business that lasted until the toaster was damaged so he has to take a different direction.
He started to elaborate his traditional bollos (plantain rolls stuffed with seafood), whose recipe has remained unchained now that he owns the restaurant located in Pedro Carbo and Roca streets.
As the creative man he is, Daniel started to prepare dishes made with coconut and seafood (encocados). The seasoning of his dishes is different since the chef only uses natural ingredients. For the quality of its cuisine, the restaurant was one of the 20 huecas that participated in the Raices International Gastronomic Fair.
Corozo, el verdadero opens Mondays to Saturdays from 07h30 to 16h00 in his two locations, the one located in the city’s downtown and the other in Kennedy Citadel.