Seattle >Tropicos Breeze
amazing food. excelent quality , god prices a little place and not very elegant but if you don't mind this could be the best food in seattle, try the molcajete
great custumer serv.. good stuff , i have never try before this cousine , really taste in this food without hot spices, i will try to again
good staff. this homemade staff is really good , i try the pupusa , whoa really good if this guys are in a mall they will make millions
Best American Central Food. This place is the BEST I visit so many restaurants at many places and States but never like Mi Chalateca,the food is the best and I love it,everytime I visit this place is so many American people eating and they look so happy,everything is good you should try the drink Atol de Elote Corn Drink is a hot sweet corn drink you will love it is so many thing you can try.
the food in seattle.
this is first time ,but it was so good try pupusas ayote and cheese
i really enjoy this exotic cousine
best salvadorean food in washington.
i travel alot i have been is many place in california for a good salvadorean food , whooa
this is incredible , if you want a spicy food go to mexican , but if you want to taste the real food this is the place to go , try la yuca frita , or las pupusas
best food around.
i went with my family acouple days ago , the flavor and the quality it is extreme exquisite
i will recomend to anybody with exotic taste
Authentic. Very good Salvadorean food, they were still working on getting their liquor license when I was in, and were remodeling the restaurant, but it was still worth it for the food. Forget about reading the menu and just order the papusas and the Molcajete, that is all you need to know.
Great food at very reasonable prices.. This was my first visit to a Salvadoran restaurant. The food was tremendous. Very large portions with cheap prices. 97th & Aurora, North Seattle.
This simple, spacious north-end restaurant offers a mix of inexpensive El Salvadorean snacks and generous portions of traditional hearty dishes..
The friendly bilingual staff and array of comfortable booths attract a broad spectrum Inexpensive pupusas and tamales feature rich fillings and a deep corn flavor. The traditional Molcajeta includes steak, sausage, cactus, onions and avocado, served with rice, beans and thick Salvadorean tortillas--it's easily sharable by two. Don't shy away from the assortment of hot sauces; they add just the right spike of flavor.
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