Jul 19, 2022 • 20M

A Mexican in Banja Luka

The Story Behind "Chiquita"

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with the team behind “Chiquita” - Banja Luka

In this episode Tamara and I visit “Chiquita”, a Mexican restaurant in Hanište, Banja Luka.

Chiquita is the only venue that serves Authentic Mexican cuisine in the city. Yes, there are Mexican recipes featured on our restaurants menus, but to be honest they really don’t “cut the mustard”.

Adriana, who co-owns this small restaurant, tells us about the influences she has brought to Banja Luka as well as the similarities in culture, historical links and the food she prepares. It's quite the story

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The Restaurant

Mexicans Dance in Srbac.



location of “Chiquita” in Banja Luka

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