This is a good choice for tasty Salvadoran food in a casual busy storefront setting. Service is pleasant and well-meaning, but a somewhat slow; just relax and enjoy the chips and delicious salsa while waiting for your meal. The green salad with avocado and tomatoes was a success, featuring an excellent Thousand Island dressing (helpfully offered on the side). Wonderful shrimp dishes are served in various sauces including buttery/garlic which was terrific. The specialty of the house is the pupusa – a pancake-shaped thick cornmeal pastry filled with cheese, chicken or pork and served with cirtrus-seasoned slaw. Scrumptious and filling. The beer selection was fair, but the red wine by the glass was surprisingly good. Prices are low. A great value and highly recommended.
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