A big mall deserves a big purveyor of Latin food, and King of Prussia got it in the 6,5000-square-foot Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar. The sixth branch of the chain brings a South and Central American taste to an area largely devoid of it with a bright blue and pink dining room with distressed tile accent walls. The food hints at the scope of the Hispanic-speaking world: rum-glazed Cuban pork, Peruvian mussels, Rio-style chicken tacos and Caribbean jerk chicken skewers. Sweet potato doughnuts, cinnamon-sugar churros and coconut-caramel flan make a sweet finish. The true kicker is the bar, some 75-bottles deep in rum (plus other bar staples), birthing rum cocktails like Brazilian caipirinhas, dark & stormys and rummy sangrias.