All our entrees include: A house salad, garlic bread, gallo pinto (rice and beans) or white rice; and your choice of sweet fried plantains, plantain chips; and one of our sauces: Chimichurri, Tomato & Onion or Pickled Onion.
World Famous Churrascos. The leanest, most tender center-cut, grass fed tenderloin, butterflied and marinated in our special way.
"El Novillo" Churrasco
"The Big Daddy" Churrasco
Extra Large, 16oz$29.99
The Chicken Churrasco
100% all natural butterflied chicken breast, prepared the same as our tenderloin churrascos.
Taconazo "El Novillo"
Charbroiled in a buttery garlic and mushroom sauce.
From the Grill
Certified Angus Bone-In Rib Eye Steak (Vaquero)
16 oz Certified Angus, seasoned with sea salt and fresh pepper
Bordelaise Filet with Wine Reduction Sauce
12oz center cut, accompanied with a wine reduction sauce
Tenderloin Shish Kabob
Grilled with sliced onions and peppers.
Marinated in classic Nica style.
Medallions Marchand de Vin
Two 6 ounces wrapped in bacon in a mushroom/wine sauce.
Steak and Onions
Covered in sautéed onions.
Chef's Special Nicaraguan Fajitas
Chicken or beef sautéed in vegetables.
Achiote Pork Tenderloin
Marinated in our tangy achiote sauce.
Tenderloin Tips with Jalapeño Sauce
Charbroiled, served with our creamy jalapeño sauce.
Portobello Mushroom Churrasco
Try our unique vegetarian alternative.
Chicken Breast in White Sauce
In a creamy white wine and mushroom sauce.
Repocheta El Novillo
Grilled Chicken Kabob
Pork Baby Ribs
Churrasco and Shrimp
An 8 oz Baby and 5 pieces of grilled shrimp.
In meuniere, jalapeño, or creole sauce.
Tipitapa Whole Fish
Fresh water fish lightly breaded and deep fried.
Grilled with green peppers and onions.
Grilled and wrapped in bacon.
Shrimp Your Way
Choose among our jalapeño, creole, or garlic sauce.
Over two decades ago a group of Nicaraguan friends living in Miami decided to create a restaurant that would feature the finest Nicaraguan dishes in an ambiance representative of its Spanish colonial architecture. It would be a place where people would be exposed to the Nicaraguan traditions of fine cuisine, personalized service and festive entertainment. In 1985 El Novillo Restaurant came to fruition and thus a Nicaraguan home was transformed into the premier Latin steakhouse.