The name of the restaurant means “Tom Thumb’” in English. The menu offers a number of traditional Hispanic food but the speciality is Salvadoran pupusas which are a kind of bread that is stuffed with pork or chicken and cheese and then fried. It is excellent and very reasonable at $ 2.75 each. I also had the pollo guise do which was excellent and came with a huge serving of rice, refrained beans and salad for $12.50. You also get tortillas with the dish. And, for dessert, I recommend fried plantains. Everything is cooked fresh just for you. Get there early because it fills up pretty quickly.
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