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On Sunday we went to Pupusería y Restaurante Salvadoreño in Detroit. It was El Salvadorian food.
It was soo good. There are a few things I think I need to tell you about… BUT I WOULD SO RECOMMEND THIS PLACE! You can also check it out on Yelp!
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This place is simple, and by simple I mean bare bones. There are booths, and a long table with old school folding chairs.
There are not chips and salsa. That is a Mexican thing… don’t ask.
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The place takes cash only.
The food… is FANTASTIC! And pretty cheap!
We drank water… but they have all kinds of different flavored soda but I am not sure if they have fountain drinks, I didn’t even look because we don’t drink pop.
Our bill… $18 for 3 people and we were full.
We decided to share one plate of plantains with beans and cream. I must tell you, Phyllis could have eaten all the plantains by herself and I could have licked the plate clean of beans and cream. And when I say cream (because that’s what they call it) it’s like the yummiest sour cream you’ve ever eaten in YOUR LIFE!
We also got these things called pupusaras. Doughy things, fried, filled with yummy goodness. We all had one each – beans and cheese and chicken beans & cheese. It was funny because one of us liked the bean & cheese best and one of us like the chicken beans & cheese best… and Phyllis, well, she was in love with the plantains that reminded her of Colombia. I have to say I wasn’t a huge fan of the cabbage salad and Kelly and Phyllis didn’t try it, but I think it was just that I like mayonnaise type dressing.
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It is definitely a place you should try… and go back again.