Tag Archives: Salvadoran

The population of the Koreatown area of Los Angeles is majority Latino, not Korean.

Residents originate mostly from Mexico, El Salvador and Guatemala.

Jaragua

Salvadoran restaurant

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Olocuilta Pupusería

Olocuilta Salvadoran Restaurant

Small restaurant that serves Mexican & Salvadoran food. Known for pupusas.

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Continental Bakery

Salvadoran bakery

Central American breads and pastries, especially from El Salvador

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El Amanecer Salvadoreño

Salvadoran food in LA

Salvadoran restaurant

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Atlacatl Family Restaurant – Closed

Atlacatl "Salvadorean" Restaurant

Salvadoran restaurant on Beverly & Berendo in North Koreatown

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Vchos Truck

Bichos Food Truck in LA

Salvadoran food with a twist Pupusas, Shrimp&Potato Tacos, Chicken Pastelitos

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El Palmar

Small restaurant specializing in Salvadoran food like pupusas.

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Restaurante Puerto La Union

Salvadoran Restaurant on Pico in Koreatown LA

Salvadoran and Mexican cuisine on Pico Boulevard in Southwest Koreatown.

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El Chipilín Restaurant – Closed

El Chipilin Restaurante

UPDATE: Closed in early 2019. Space taken over in April by El Zarape.

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Las Tunas

Salvadoran eatery

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El Rinconcito Jutiapense – Closed

Temporarily closed by health department in April 2014 due to vermin infestation.

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Consulate General of El Salvador

Flag of El Salvador

(213) 234-383-6134 / (213) 383-8364 / (213) 383-5776 / (213) 383-8580

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Don Bartolo’s Restaurant – Closed

Don Bartolo’s Restaurante Y Pupuseria was affected by the fire that started at the Salvadoran bakery next door on February 4 (Wednesday), 2015.

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Panadería Salvadoreña – Closed

Fire on February 4 (Wednesday), 2015. Started in the bakery ovens, moved to the attic. No one injured.

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El Limeño – Closed

Salvadoran karaoke restaurant

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