Well this is a Salvadorian's Bakery / Restaurant here in West Seattle. They specialize in �pupusas�. These are corn tortillas filled with your choice of beans, cheese or pork. Yeah! It sounds simple and not out of the ordinary, but let me tell you! This is a traditional plate in Central America's El Salvador, an exquisite plate in which you add to it a special tomato sauce and garnish it with a vinegar cabbage salad. The Bakery is worth the trip on its own, the bake goods are a wonder here in the US. Try the �Semita Pachita�, �Viejitas�, �Quesadilla (this is not the traditional Mexican grilled tortilla with cheese) and lots more. You won't believe the selection of sweet breads that they offer, you will try to take 2 of each, just like I do. Also, they carry lots of imported goods from Central America and News Papers. Pupusas ($1.75 each) you will want to eat at least 4. Sweet breads, different prices, the highest ($4.00)
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