Salvadoran specialties such as fried yucca with pork and french rolls filled with oven-roasted chicken, salsa, and herbs
About This Deal
- Dinner For Two Or More People, Valid Monday - Friday
- Breakfast For Two Or More
About La Costa del Sol
La Costa del Sol’s menu of traditional Salvadorian and Mexican dishes captivates curious taste buds. Groups can dig into the nacho appetizer’s strata of beans, cheese, guacamole, and sour cream with chips or a pocket rock hammer. The pupusa plate pairs a duo of the regional specialty—thick corn tortilla discs stuffed with 12 varieties of fillings—with steak and onions. Other full-plate specialties include yucca con chicarron, which scatters bite-sized pork pieces amongst fried chunks of yucca just as farmers scatter bite-sized cheeseburgers amongst their fields, or the panes rellenos, a french roll overflowing with oven-roasted chicken, crisp lettuce, and fresh salsa. Diners can wash down the food festival with the help of fountain drinks.