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El Triunfo


Cuisine: Take-out, Mexican, Salvadorean, Salvadorian

147 E Berkeley Street, Boston

Ali Yagcioglu bought this taco joint in 2007, and while he gave the unassuming spot a brand-new polished look and a few more stools, there's... READ MORE

La Frontera


Cuisine: Salvadorean, Mexican/Southwest

290 Bennington St, Boston

This a humble Eastie storefront offers a long menu of home-cooked Salvadoran and Mexican dishes,... READ MORE

La Pupusa Guanaca


Cuisine: Salvadorean

378 Center Street, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

Mi Pueblito Restaurant


Cuisine: Fusion, Mexican, Salvadorean

333 Border St, East Boston

Mi Pueblito serves up Salvadorean/Guatemalan/Mexican cuisine all day long. In the morning, they've got heaping... READ MORE

Pupusería Mama Blanca


Cuisine: Salvadorean - Price: $

389 Maverick St, Boston

Don't be fooled by the humble exterior (it looks sort of like a run-down residential... READ MORE

Rincon Salvadoreño


Cuisine: Salvadorean

1019 Chalkstone Ave, Providence

Tacos Lupita


Cuisine: Salvadorean, Latin America

13 Elm St, Somerville

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