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Lambertville Award Program

August 29, 2013

El Tule has been selected for the 2013 Best of Lambertville Award in the Restaurants category by the Lambertville Award Program...

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Suburban Life

July, 2013

What is best in life? In the process of researching this year's installment our annual Best of the Best feature, we put in the hours to find out...

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New Jersey Monthly

July 11, 2013

El Tule takes its name from a small town in the state of Oaxaca. According to the restaurant’s website, the famous tree in the cemetery at Santa Maria del Tule...

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Suburban Life

February, 2013

The fusion BYOB serves up authentic Peruvian and Mexican specialties. Family owned and operated by the Engoavil family, El Tule has mastered the cuisine of the Engoavils’ native lands...

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Princeton Magazine

November, 2012

El Tule takes its name from a small town in the state of Oaxaca. According to the restaurant’s website, the famous tree in the cemetery at Santa Maria del Tule...

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nj.com

August 17, 2012

Food is fun at El Tule, where the menu offers inspired reading. The long list of exotic items, such as parihuela, lomo saltado and causa de pulpo al olivo, makes choosing a delightful challenge...

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YoPhillyFoodies

May 23, 2012

...My wife and LDC(Lovely Dining Companion) happen to have had the good fortune to visit it up close...

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New Jersey Monthly

May 18, 2012

...EL Tule not only has a long menu; it has two long menus: Mexican and Peruvian. Initially there was one menu of Mexican dishes...

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U.S. 1 Newspaper

May 9, 2012

The Egoavil family emigrated from Peru 20 years ago, but when they opened El Tule in February 2011, they offered what they thought...

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Sociedad Hispana Doylestown

May 8, 2012

"El Tule" es el restaurant que faltaba en Lambertville, New Jersey. Los dueños se han concentrado en siempre tener...

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D Town

May 5, 2012

...When Jack Egoavil and his family relocated to the United States from Peru in 1992, they sought the opportunities their new home offered...

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Central New Jersey

November 23, 2011

Peruvian food is making its mark in the United States, thanks to chefs like Gastón Acurio, who has more than 30 restaurants in a dozen countries...

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Buck County Herald

October 6, 2011

A flavor explosion of Peruvian food has come to Lambertville, N.J. El Tule, the Mexican restaurant that openned early...

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The Times - nj.com

March 4, 2011

...El Tule is very much a family operation, with father Fausto Egoavil running the front of the house, his son-in-law Said Anguiano...

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54 Magazine

Vol 3 Issue 5

...For those seeking a cultural and culinary adventure, El Tule offers a Peruvian sampler to familiarize you...

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