World’s largest Mexican restaurant looks to expand

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In the southern suburbs of Mexico City, the world’s largest Mexican restaurant has been serving meals for 76 years. It’s a favorite among people wanting traditional Mexican cuisines that are now becoming harder to get in this metropolis.

CCTV America’s Martin Markovits reports. Follow Martin Markovits on Twitter @MartinMarkovits

World’s largest Mexican restaurant looks to expand

World’s largest Mexican restaurant looks to expand

In the southern suburbs of Mexico City, the world’s largest Mexican restaurant has been serving meals for 76 years. It’s a favorite among people wanting traditional Mexican cuisines that are now becoming harder to get in this metropolis. CCTV America’s Martin Markovits reports.

Imagine having to supervise one thousand employees. For most restaurant managers, it might seem like a nightmare, but at the Arroyo Restaurant in Mexico City, it’s just a regular day.

The Arroyo Restaurant is not only largest Mexican restaurant in the world, but also a time warp to traditional Mexican food that is fast disappearing to modern culinary trends.

The restaurant looks like a fortress. There are nine dining rooms, a bullring and a massive parking lot for 600 cars.

But for the restaurant’s general manager Jose Arroyo, its vast size can also be a headache. Arroyo is planning on expanding the restaurant to Texas. He believes that with its large Mexican population, there is a growing market for this traditional Mexican food.