About this Business
- International, Latin American, Grill
The Groupon felt like a bait and switch. I ate there but couldn't use the value towards anything.
Good food and friendly service
The dish with the Tilapia and shrimp was amazing!
If your first time then try one of the platters so you can try a little of everything
We LOVED the people here, the ambiance, the value, the service; and we LOVE Salvadoran food and have eaten pupusas before. We found theirs very bland, as well as the desserts. We would love to give them another try and really hope they will succeed. But everyone in our group had the same response. I wish nothing but the best for this business. I hope it succeeds.
Loved setting and music festive without being loud, waitor friendly and helpful. Husbands tilapia/shrimp dish very flavorful, but i was disapointed in the pupusas and chicken tamale I ordered as hardly any filling and bland. Consider returning for another try and fish meal. B
The food was very mediocre but they were nice and attentive
Their food was excellent.
From Our Editors
The mother-daughter team of "Angelita" Zelaya and Francisca Frazier introduces taste buds to generations' worth of recipes perfected when the family still lived in La Paz, El Salvador. In the kitchen at Pupusas, the duo spends a lot of time preparing the restaurant's eponymous dish: a thick tortilla stuffed with medleys of cheese, pork, chicken, beans, zucchini, and other vegetables. Their menu also garners palate popularity with marinated skirt steaks topped with tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, and fried plantains, as well as salads of crispy yucca root, pork, pickled cucumber, and radish. Diners can also wash down bites or christen passing ships with Kola-Champagne, a Salvadorian soda.