It is EL Salvadorian cuisine. I did not understand the menu and the pics but the wait staff was very helpful. When our food came out, we were given a jar of what tasted like raw sauerkraut and a jar of tomato juice. Not completely sure what to do with it we put the sauerkraut on our plates and added the tomato juice. We ate it with our pupuserias. I had some concerns that the jars were communal and wondered about sanitation, but threw caution to the wind and ate it. It was surprisingly okay. It made for a good lunch, but I am not sure if I would have like to eat it for dinner.
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