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Wednesday, 20 May 2015



TC really likes that ensalada drink. Their pupusas were pretty good and of course, tasted even better with the curtido.


Yah, bottom of the menu is where are the interesting things live.


We so enjoy fermented cabbage products, cc. Everything we had here was wonderful. I saw a 'fruit salad' drink in one of the large jugs at Vallarta the other day; never had seen it before. [They sell a lot of Salvadoran items at Vallarta (and pupusas in the steam tray area).]
I've noticed the more unusual 'sides' as well as beverages, JF, which make me read the menu carefully, with a bit of curiosity. It's more interesting to read from the bottom up, because you don't complete sentences in your head and have to comprehend.

Lynn @ Oh-SoYummy

ohh, i came in expecting a review on pizza based on your intro but looks like you ended up with the same sampler platter as we did :)

also, it's nice to finally know what to call the slaw (curtido)


I've got to add your link, Lynn! Great minds order the same items...we wanted to try what should be 'standards', hoping to be able to 'eliminate' things we wouldn't like as much and that didn't happen here-it was all really good.

Cuscatlan Salvadorian Cuisine and More

We highly appreciated your review and we are so glad that you have a nice experience at Cuscatlan. Hope we can see you soon!


Wow, thanks, whoever you are at Cuscatlan that found this post. It was great food and we do look forward to trying more of the menu.

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