La Cabaña creates food harmony with authentic Central American cuisine

After more than 20 years working in restaurants, Selvin Oseguera teamed up with the family to make their dreams come true. # k5evening

SEATTLE – Selvin Oseguera is often asked what makes Central American food different from Mexican food.

Although both have Spanish influences, the ingredients are sourced from different regions.

“What makes it different, in Mexico, they have chili so it’s very spicy,” Oseguera explains. In Honduras, we have coconuts, we have bananas, yucca and bananas,” explains Oseguera.

Oseguera grew up in Honduras, but moved to the United States in the 1990s. He has spent over 20 years working at various restaurants and has always dreamed of opening a location of his own.

Finally, in 2015, he did. It’s called La Cabaña.

“We put our life savings into this. We risk a lot,” Oseguera said.

But the risk is paying off. They have only been open since 2015 and the restaurant is already so popular that they are planning to expand.

“This job is not easy. But the best reward is not money but seeing happiness,” Oseguera shared. “Everybody loves it!”

La Cabaña is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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