A stellar Peruvian restaurant debuts in Lynnwood, plus 14 more Seattle-area openings

El Rey Peruvian Restaurant in Lynnwood is one of the better South American restaurants to debut in the Puget Sound in the past five years. A good introduction to Peruvian food for newbies, El Rey serves Lima staples from stir-fried steak with fries and rice (lomo saltado) to the creamy potato (papa a la huancaína) along with excellent fried fish and roast chicken. Wash these dishes down with an Inca Kola or a pitcher of chicha morada, a purple corn drink. Portions are generous, with most dishes costing $15 or less. El Rey is an all-family affair, with the matriarch Yacira Mayta cooking and serving seven days a week, while her sister, husband, son and two daughters chip in. Be patient if things get busy. Go on off nights and/or avoid the peak lunch and dinner hours.

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Restaurant Brands (TSX:QSR) Earnings Report: Is the Stock Worth Buying?

Restaurant Brands International (:TSX:)(NYSE:QSR) released its Q3 2021 earnings report almost two weeks ago at writing, and it led to the stock beginning a deep dive into a sell-off frenzy that continues right now. At writing, the stock is trading for $71.24 per share, down by almost 7% from October 22, 2021.

The broader market has generally performed well throughout 2021, barring a few rough patches. The recent most sell-off frenzy for Restaurant Brands stock has left many investors wondering whether they should consider unloading any shares of the company they own or holding on to dear life despite the significant downturn for the stock in such a short time.

Today, we will take a closer look at the stock to see if it has become an undervalued stock due to the sell-off or if the correction was overdue and

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