This restaurant is located in a commercial/industrial area. Definitely not an upscale scene. The diners, when I came for lunch, were overwhelmingly Latinos. Spanish seemed to be the lingua franca. It was a blue-collar crowd. Diners in jeans or shorts with T-shirts. Pickup trucks and vans in the parking lot. A chance to practice my rudimentary Spanish. Salvadorean food is... 更多
Decided to give this place a try while down here on vacation, the reviews were pretty convincing for a reason! The interior is small but cute and modern. I ordered mondongo, chicken tacos, and boiled yucca with pork. Everything was above and beyond, especially the mondongo! Yucca could have been a little softer in my opinion, but the dressing and... 更多
If you are ever in this area give this little restaurant a try.. It doesn't look like much from the outside but the food is great!!! Started off with 2 different types of pupusas..never had these before and they were excellent. Both my husband and I had their Al Pastor tacos for dinner..excellent. I also really enjoyed the refried beans.... 更多
OK so this place is pretty off the beaten path and in a not so great area, but the Mexican and Salvadoran food is great. Authentic food, home made salsas, great service, and very reasonable prices make this place a must try.
My husband (Peruano) wanted to try this restaurant before leaving Broward County to go back home to Central Florida. I was reluctant as I has no idea what Salvadoran food was.I was game because they also served some Mexican dishes. What I learned was that Salvadoran food is wonderfully delicious.. As a non meat eater I was happy to see... 更多