Hand-made corn pupusas stuffed with squash or pork; chile rellenos and carne asada are house specialties
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$10 for $20 worth of Mexican and Salvadorean cuisine for two or more
$20 for $40 worth of Mexican and Salvadorean cuisine for four or more
At La Numero Uno, the corn tortillas are like snowflakes—each one is unique. That's because each one is made by hand in the kitchen and was told from infancy that it was special. When wrapped around fillings such as beans, spinach, or pork, they form one of the eatery's signature dishes: stuffed corn pupusas. But those aren't the only high-demand item on the menu. An array of other Mexican and Salvadorean staples gives diners bountiful choices, from sizzling fajitas to chile rellenos.
The people there are nice, service is fast, and the food is authentic mexican and salvadorian. Love it
Alfredo F. ·
December 19, 2013
Come prepared to have a wonderful meal. Attire can be casual. Let them know if you have special dietary concerns (even low salt / no sodium diet). You can choose to dine on the Mexican side, the Salvadorean side, or the neutral zone. The food and service are unilateral - exquisite!