Talking about La Victoria My Brando, Probably the most popular and visited sebicheria in the entire district. Escaping the plague was not as easy as with a surgery like the one they directed: Thousands of people tried their table every day for an extensive seafood menu, with footballers and portion-named dishes colorful. Led by Augusto Sanchez, Sebichero by Entertainment and an avid football fan. His business started in 1995, when he was just 15 and he started selling Sepich In her own home to help her mother with expenses. The rest is history.
The place of worship for Coalition supporters (located very close to the module), has photos, flags, pictures and shirts signed by the soldiers Alliance of Lima – Yesterday and today – at each corner of the three existing sites on campus. Photographs of Sanchez’s trip to the World Cup in Russia include a mural dedicated to Daniel Ferreto and a painting with his mother’s face in blue as its general text. Creole Creole Classic and signature on the menu. From singers to drivers, footballers from all leagues (and yes, all teams) passed through their tables and from time to time became politicians.
The last of them was the former Bolivian president Evo Morales Who, it can be suspected, was inspired there by a passion for seafood. Last Thursday, August 11, Morales & Company tasted a menu that included crab puree, chevron, seafood with rice, seafood soup and fish skins. “Half an hour before they arrived a person called us and they asked me for a table for 15 people,” says Augusto Sanchez. “They asked us to stay on the third floor that was vacant,” he continues. The former president was surrounded by a large group, and according to Sanchez, it was Morales who paid the bill.
Augusto Sanchez, who was present at the lunch, continued: “I taught him how to prepare the ear and I explained to him the importance of agriculture and fishing and the resources they provide.” Not far from La Victoria, in the center of Lima, was cooked another Thursday the same Thursday. The Avanza Pass Bench has moved a motion to declare the former president of Bolivia an unwelcome person for allegedly interfering in national politics. The initiative was promoted by legislator Norma Yarrow.
At a press conference, Morales said he was “coming to promote the United States.” […] He noted that it was incompatible with capitalism. The former president of Bolivia has confirmed his presence in Peru at the invitation of various unions and unions. He pointed out that there were “massive coincidences” with the project [electoral] Brother Pedro offered [Castillo]. On his agenda, as confirmed yesterday, was the place to listen. //