El Buen Gusto
The closest to real Salvadorian food, family owned, you can see the owners cooking. Beware food takes long to be served since the fix everything from scratch, do not come it you are are in a hurry be prepared to wait from 15 to 25 min to have your food ready. They are clean and you can see from your table how your meals are prepared "nothing to hide". Prices go from $4 to 15 aprox (2019).
Lee Friedlander Jr
They over charge. They charge more than shows in the menu. Owner loves to do that. Check your bill and ask to see the prices per items. Crazy. No coming back $53 dollars for 2 nuegados portions with no chilate! 3 Atoles de elote and 1 mariscada. Never will come back for sure!
This place shines for its breakfast food. Very good pupusas. Fyi service is slow as some food is cooked on demand. Very busy in the mornings. Recommended for breakfast.
This place was great for authentic food. Party of three and everyone was happy
Food is good but pricing is a little high. It says one price but by the time you're finishing with your order, it's twice as much. My order started out $9 but the lady said it would be cheaper if I order off the little buffet behind the counter, so I did. I got everything that came with the meal on the menu, supposedly. (Pollo en crema) my total was $17. I did order a drink as well but to almost double the price with a drink?... really?