What You'll Get
After scientists revealed UFOs were actually full-grown tortillas, people everywhere filled swimming pools with guac and beans to catch and dissect the floury creatures. Nab a tender, baby disc with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $25 worth of Mexican and Salvadoran cuisine at Los Chorros. The family-owned and operated eatery in Wheaton prides itself on dependable corn-and-bean conceived cuisine served in a cozy, friendly environment.
Perch on high-backed chairs to peruse the exhaustive menu of Latin-American flavors and start with a beefy app such as the taquitos ($8.95) or the Mexican pizza with melted cheese, guacamole, and shredded beef and chicken ($8.95). Vegetarians can advance directly to platanos con crema y frijoles ($6.95), an order of deep-fried sliced plantains sided with sour cream and beans for dipping. For heartier appetites, try an order of fajitas for two. The combo platter includes marinated steak, shrimp, chicken, and pork ribs, served with grilled veggies (tomatoes, onions, and bell peppers) and south-of-the-border toppers (guacamole and ranchera sauce), all for $31.95. For an authentic mouthful of El Salvador, stick your fork into a few pupusas ($1.75 each), cheese-stuffed corn tortillas with a choice of six fillings, served with pickled cabbage and carrots. Diners will also find a variety of burritos, chimichangas, enchiladas, and egg-centric entrees.
Los Chorros’ combo platters, served with beans and rice and your choice of beef or chicken, appease appetites with attention deficits. Try the enchilada and taco ($9.95), pair of tacos ($9.25), or small burrito and taco ($9.25). Side orders tide over tiny cravings. For dessert, save room for Kahlua-laced flan ($2.95) or pastel de tres leches, a rich cake dripping in a trifecta of sweetness (evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, and heavy cream, $3.95). View Los Chorros' menu in all of its exhaustive entirety here.
- The seviche sparkles. A mixed grill shows up as a well-seasoned heap of crisp-edged, juicy beef and chicken. – Tom Sietsema, Washington Post
- Margaritas are strong and salsa fiery. Mexican, Tex-Mex, and Salvadoran plates share space on the menu. The beer list, with picks from El Salvador, Honduras, and Mexico, ventures just as far. – Cynthia Hacinli, The Washingtonian
- Really good pupusas are a great way to start. We had the refried bean and cheese pupusa along with the cheese and jalapeno pupusa. Both were exquisite, ultra fresh and hot, and made even better with the house made curtido. – Patrick H., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 20, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.