3 Jul 2012
Linda Mensinga of The Washington Times sits down with Camelia Coupal at the lovely Coupa Café in Beverly Hills to talk about what it’s like to own a unique restaurant in America.
“Introducing an unfamiliar cuisine to guests takes explaining says Camelia Coupal, owner of Café Coupa in Beverly Hills and six other locations, five in Palo Alto, California, one in Caracas, Venezuela.
‘We’ve had guests ask for tortilla chips and are upset that we don’t have them!’
Although most order from the Venezuelan choices, the menu at Coupa has a section called Coupa Specialties with a typical blend of salads, paninis, pasta and burgers for less adventurous diners.”
What’s the craziest type of food you’ve ever eaten?
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