Want to try something different at a decent price? Definitely the right place. Try the pupusas (if you know what I'm talking about) and carne asada. A cute little and cozy place in SF
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We have been to this Salvadoran/Mexican restaurant many times and we can't say enough good things about the family that runs it. The food is always fresh, cooked to order and tasty. Serving sizes are rather large and most menu items are inexpensive for SF....More
This is effectively a fast food establishment with seating if you want to eat in. My boyfriend and I shared some nachos with pork and fish tacos, everything was amazing. The staff were friendly, service was quick and the food was so tasty and very...More
We just moved near here and were hoping to find a decent burrito. We went to Olivo's and were so pleased! I had the California burrito, she had the Super Burrito. Both were huge and delicious and inexpensive ($8 or so). We also ordered Carne...More
I had the super carnitas burrito and my wife had fish tacos. We were both extremely pleased. Cheap meal in no frills establishment. Roasted pork was delicious in the burrito. Free cheaps and salsa and all under $30. Worth a stop.
I walked by this place and grabbed a menu. When I saw that they served chile rellenos, I went in. Waitress isn't the friendliest person ( I'm surprised since buddying up to the customer can only mean a bigger tip ) but when I asked...More
We had dinner there and it was delicious. The staf is gentle and the meals very good. Good price also, aroud 40$ with the wine.
Great Burritos and fast. I appreciated the homemade goodness of everything (even the chips!). I could smell the roasts and pots simmering at lunchtime. I went back a couple times. Gallivanting about the globe, one misses good burritos from home. This was a find!
It seems a typical centro american restaurant. I ate pupusas, a salvadorian dish. The prices are cheap. It's a different taste in San Francisco.