SAN ANTONIO – For the previous 12 months and a half Machu Picchu Peruvian Grill has wowed clients with their flavorful, genuine dishes like pollo a la brasa and lomo saltado.
Neptor Gudiel has been working arduous along with his employees to maintain orders rolling out, however the COVID-19 pandemic has actually left the restaurant struggling.
“It is a bit of robust for us, I used to be excited about closing the restaurant up three weeks in the past,” Gudiel mentioned.
After urging from loyal clients and a protracted dialogue along with his spouse he determined to remain open and hold going so long as attainable.
The truth is that the restaurant is on its final leg and whereas they’ve seen an uptick in dine-in clients the previous couple of weeks, it’s nonetheless not sufficient.
“I do not assume we may survive one other month if we do not get enterprise inside,” Gudiel mentioned.
Machu Picchu Peruvian Grill is open Tuesday by way of Saturday and is situated at 7007 Bandera Rd.
The hope is that this hidden gem can hold its doorways open and proceed to serve its clients scrumptious meals.
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