Excellent food and authentic. Worth the drive! Neighborhood kinda rough and sketchy but worth the drive! Cash only!
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I love the food at this place. I work close by and try to make it there as much as I can. I've taken family from out of the country to this restaurant and they were very impressed. It was their first experience with Salvadorian...More
Whet with family and friends in Saturday. The waitres was rude, unrespecfull and confuss are order. The food can be better, but they have a ok menu. I do not recomender the place. Especially when you have some friends that our out state. The place...More
We've eaten here several times and have never been disappointed. The food is fresh, authentic, home made and delicious. Located near downtown in the Salvadoran community, it only lacks handicapped parking, but it is otherwise accessible.
Recently had lunch here with my sister and daughter. My sister was married to a Salvadorean and brought us here, she knows good food. The pupusa dough was so light and just right. We had the lorrocco, queso and queso and frijole pupusas. We also...More
One of the very best things about Los Angeles is not the glamorous celebrities, or the landmarks that are oh so familiar from TV and movies, or even the weather that is perfect every single day... ...its really digging deep, and finding amazing ethnic food...More
I love this restaurant and order from here whenever I can. This is definitely worth a trip to Beverly and Berendo! Gorgeous pupusas and to die for fried chicken. The chicken is NOT breaded but is very crispy as though it was baked and tender...More
The cheese just oozes when you cut into the pupusas. They are delicious! Also ordered the fried yucca and pork dish. So yummy! I crave for this often. Lunch for 2 cost about twenty dollars after tips and tax.
The pupusas with loroco are so tasty. Loroco is a flower that tastes similar to asparagus. Be sure to order the ensalata to drink.