Anaheim and the Los Angeles area offer diverse, rich and eclectic options and every type of cuisine imaginable. If you’re craving food from El Salvador, you have plenty of choices. Discover the flavors of El Carbonero Restaurant, with authentic eats whipped up in a fast and friendly restaurant. Counter seating is available for you to dig into beef soup, pupusas de loroco, chicken and pork tamales, and the famous pork meat pies.
At Cuzcatlan Restaurant, you’ll be eating like a local in this low-key establishment that only a few know about. There’s no online presence and the menu can change with the seasons, but you can bet you’ll find some of the freshest, most genuine of dishes at this hideaway.
There are two Restaurant y Pupuseria Comalapas, but both are on Lincoln Avenue, so you’ll have to try each of them and select your favorite. Homemade food, fresh ingredients, and the perfect amount of spice make both of these family-owned restaurants a favorite.
Finally, there’s San Salvador Restaurant, a quaint and tiny getaway that will make you feel like you’ve landed in the heart of El Salvador. Cooking like abuela is the norm here, and there’s a reason this family-owned establishment is a local delight.