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This place has some delicious meat pupusas. The atmosphere is not the grandest but the food is spot on. You have to order a couple of pupusas with the fixings and at least medium spiced salsa. Come hungry and leave happy.
My friend found this restaurant by accident. We didn't even know there are El Saldadorean restaurants in the area.
Anyhow, this has some great food. Here are some must haves...the Pupusas... Corn tortillas that are thicker and infused with cheese and another ingredient.
On Sunday,...they have a seafood soup. It is HUGE! 3 people could ha e this after eating a handful of Pupusas.
The place is very basic. Small tables with white plastic table clothes and flags on wall.
Service was very genuine and excellent.
The food... Every bite was delicious
I had the shrimp entre. I had yucca and fried plantains as sides... Mmmmmmm mmmm.
Go try this place out. It is worth the drive from Beaumont.More
If you love down-home cooking with fresh food and tons of flavor, be sure to stop by this fantastic well-kept secret in Port Arthur, Texas. It is the perfect place to hang out and get fantastic tamales, pupusas, plantains, black beans, and all the authentico...dishes. And the prices are extremely reasonable. Every plate that went by us was mouth-watering. Our waiter, Calvin, was very helpful as I asked about getting a sopes and asked if he preferred chicken, beef or chorizo. He suggested the chorizo, and it was delicious. I'd never had that as an option with sopes, so it was a nice thing to try. The horchata was a very cooling drink and yummy. This place is Muy Deliciouso and truly worth the trek if you are in the Beaumont area. And you can always go check out the local Gulf Coast Museum to see Janis Joplin's Porsche....it's a great place to stop and kick back. Go for it!
Muchos Gracias to the chef!!!More
Great place to go when you are tired of the standard Tex-Mex fare. The Curtido was tasty and not too spicy. The pupusas were also great!. I got the Queso and Squash (my favorite by far) and the Pork and Beans pupusas.
Prices are extremely...reasonable and they even packed mine up to go so I could get back to the office. Don't be intimidated if you are the only gringo in the place. The staff was friendly and made suggestions on what they thought I would like.More
Date of visit: April 2014
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