Pupusas! Pupusas are Kings and Queens here. A traditional salvadorian dish eaten by hand. Unilike the Arepa, its filled prior to cooking. The Dough is a corn flour with lime incorporated to create the masa. Origonally created by pipil tribes, the word pupusa is derived from popotl (meaning stuffed) and Haxkalli ( meaning tortilla) = popoatlax, now and forever known as a Pupusa.Exclusively a vegeterian meal stuffed with flowers or vegetables before meat was added to the origanal recipes. The Pupusa is accompained by Curtido, a pickled cabbage side similar to saurkraut or kim chi. Today the pupusa has its very own National Day every 2nd sunday in November.
We focus on serving authentic Salvadorian cuisine at an accommodating price, with the same touch of hospitality our people are known for. Delicious food and a family friendly atmosphere.