It has a total of three menu choices.
We chose one of number 1, pupusas, and one number 2, basically a chicken sandwich.
A pupusa, a traditional Salvadoran dish, consists of a thick corn tortilla stuffed with a savory filling, cheese being the choice here.
That set us back a total of $11 plus tax.
We’ll return in particular for the pupusas, tasty and a bargain at 2 for $4.
We might try the “specials” listed on a small board, tamales for example.