About Paradise Food
Though Sulma Hernandez had to close her full-service restaurant, the authentic Mexican food she’s been cooking for the folks of Manitowoc County still lives. Her new truck is serving a more concise version of the beloved Paradise Food menu, but in no way lacks in any flavor. From tortas, to tacos, to quesadillas, Paradise Food is a much needed touch of Mexican flavor in Wisconsin.
With a menu that’s almost entirely organic and gluten free, you can look forward to Paradise Food’s asada, ground beef, al pastor, or homemade chorizo without feeling too bad about it. You’ll obviously need to drench whatever you order in a few of their homemade salsas and hot sauces, but don’t sleep on the sour cream, made with such care it’s almost more like crème fraîche. And what goes best with some spicy, decadent Mexican food? How 'bout a huge pineapple slushie, served in an actual pineapple? We both know you need more of that in your life, so go ahead and book Paradise Food to cater your next event.
Tacos al pastor — Citrus-marinated pork, with pineapple, onions, and cilantro