This post is long overdue. In fact, it’s been that long since we dined at this restaurant that I can barely recall the name of the dishes. On the pics where I can’t identify the dish, please bear with me. With the authentic home style cooking at this El Salvadorean restaurant, taking the trek to Queens is well worth your time and of course, money. The foods are awesome and the outstanding service makes me want to go back over and over again. Okay, I have to come clean. I fell in love so much with their tamarind drink and I think that this is enough for me to want to take the trek again. I’m determined to discover their secret recipe so that I can re-create it at home using my Vita-mix.
Take a peek at what we had:
chorizos con tortilla (pork sausages with corn tortilla)
chicarrones (fried pork chunks)
chimmol (chopped tomato salad)
pargo rojo frito (fried red snapper with creole sauce)
camarones al ajillo (shrimps in garlic sauce)
filete de pescado asado ( broiled fillet of sole)
and who would miss corn tortilla in a Latin American resto?
my favorite: tamarindo (tamarind drink)
horchata ( cinnamon rice milk)