El Che Grill

Jindalee

El Che Grill brings the authentic flavours of Argentina and El Salvador to Jindalee in Brisbane's western suburbs.

Diners can take a seat outside or indoors, where brightly colored walls are decorated with guacho hats and traditional artworks and lively Latin music fills the air.

El Che Grill Jindalee

Popular Latin American cuisine is served at El Che Grill including pupusa (tortilla bread stuffed with cheese and pork), empanadas (meat and cheese filled pastries), and asado (traditional style barbecue).

El Che Grill Jindalee

Every item on the menu is freshly prepared in house, ensuring El Che Grill is an excellent spot to stop in for tasty snacks such as quesadillas, tacos and enchiladas.

El Che Grill Jindalee

Famous Argentinian alfajores (caramel biscuits) and Salvadorean semitas (jam filled pastries) are also on offer for the sweet tooths. Drinks at El Che Grill include soft drinks, juices, coffee and hot chocolate.

El Che Grill Jindalee

In a nutshell - Colorful Jindalee restaurant serving authentic Argentinian and El Salvadorean cuisine dine in or take away.

Nice to know - Parking available onsite.

By Lucy Hordern

El Che Grill

14/62 Loonarah St

Jindalee

Opening hours

0401 677 141

Map

62 Loonarah St Jindalee

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