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720 N. Main St. (Bonanza Rd.) Send to Phone
702-385-3600 | Menu
A downtown eatery serving authentic cuisine from El Salvador.

Lunch & Dinner Tues.-Sun.
Open late
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Casual
  • No Credit Cards

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Salvadoreno Restaurant Review

: This north of downtown haunt, set on an industrial stretch of the main drag in downtown Vegas, serves the mild, sweet food of El Salvador, in a baby blue dining room decorated with flags from around the world. The star dish here is the pupusa, a round stuffed pocket of masa with pork, cheese or loroco blossoms in the center, eaten with a tart cabbage relish. Plato tipico Salvadoreno is a massive platter of tough, tasty flank steak, a terrific rice and bean pilaf called casamiento, and cinnamon dusted fried bananas. Authenticity is heightened by a bunch of local Latinos, clad in Modelo T-shirts and looking vaguely contented.
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