Paraguayan Eats In NoLibs

Food & Drinq just visited new NoLibs joint Acuna — it’s Philly’s first Paraguayan restaurant and only the second Paraguayan spot in the Delaware Valley (along with a cafe in Upper Darby).

Passion of Paraguay [Food & Drinq]


There’s coffee and the usual baked goods at the counter. Acuna’s menu is tight and light: There’s a sandwich called lomito, which has steak, egg, smoked turkey-ham, letuce, tomato and cheese on brioche. Another sandwich, the palmito, is most interesting, as it’s a mixture of crushed hearts of palm and mayo on crust-free white bread. Breakfast sandwiches include “broken eggs” (poor photo below), which Acuna cracks over the pan while allowing the yolk to run into the white for a marble effect; the yolk sets completely.

Food & Drinq just visited new NoLibs joint Acuna — it’s Philly’s first Paraguayan restaurant and only the second Paraguayan spot in the Delaware Valley (along with a cafe in Upper Darby).

Passion of Paraguay [Food & Drinq]

Paraguayan Eats In NoLibs