Chilean referee Cindy Nahuelcoy surprised at these 18th birthday celebrations and took a risk with her own restaurant for this national holiday.
The judge – who is serving a 30-day sentence following her complaint against Julio Bascuñán – fulfilled a dream and set up her premises in the Fondas Cordillera de Puente Alto in just three days.
“It wasn’t 30 pesos, it was 30 years,” is the name of the striking restaurant that the referee set up.
In a conversation with LUN, Nahuelcoy revealed the details of his Flash project with his two partners and shared how he managed to build the position in such a short time.
“It was a bit chaotic because I did in two days what the presenters do in a month. I barely slept. On Tuesday I came to select the location and on Wednesday I went out to buy the wood to put up the counters and also to set up a kitchen for food processing,” the outlet explained.
“On Friday they offered me the option to go bigger (…) I took advantage of it to have more space for dance shows and ball competitions,” he continued.
The referee confessed: “She had always dreamed of opening an inn. Judging by sight, I would say we invested about 10 million pesos for rent, food, drinks, etc. The idea is to be able to distribute the profits between the three.”
Nahuelcoy explained that renting the premises for the five days cost between 2 and 3 million and that they received a special price by increasing the size of the stand.
He also revealed that he bought ready-to-bake empanadas on Friday because they didn’t have a cooking permit yet. “There were 100 pine trees and 200 fried cheeses (…) I also went to the Pipeño at Las Pipas de Einstein, I took about 200 five-liter barrels.”
“My partners took care of (the meat), they went to the slaughterhouse. They bought 25 kilos of black posta worth $8,900 per kilo for the pine for the empanadas and about 27 kilos of ribs worth $7,500 per kilo for the anticuchos,” he said.
In return, he revealed that they had also hired a master to install the kitchen and everything electrical. And they also have a DJ for music.
The referee revealed that the oven had been lent to her by the coach of a women’s football team, the refrigerator had been taken from her storage and the taca-taca was hers.
Finally, he assured that he would repeat the experience in the future, although he noted that he would prepare “much better” for the other one.
“So far everything has gone well for me, but if I were to prepare with more time, things would get better. I bought everything a week or a month in advance so that I could start working in an organized manner,” concluded Cindy Nahuelcoy.