OUR REGULAR MENU

We would like you to search and check our value menu, created by the owners with the only porpouse to give and offered the very best from our country

THE FLAVOR

Let the flavors from Cuscatlán invade your taste sence  and enjoy a great evening with your family in our restaurant

TRADITION 

From Our Family, To Your Family, the very best From El Salvador

 

FLAVORS FROM EL SALVADOR

Welcome to El Cuscatleco Restaurant. We are based in the Chicago North side Area and we are serving the very best from our country. We invite you for a test of our tipical cuisine

THE PUPUSAS

 A pupusa (Spanish pronunciation: [puˈpusa], from Pipil pupusaw) is a traditional Salvadoran dish made of a thick, handmade corn tortilla (made using masa de maíz, a cornmeal dough used in Mesoamerican cuisine) that is usually filled with a blend of the following

OTHER LATIN FLAVORS

We also serve other flavors such as Mexican and Guatemalan, who are also part of our culture of Mesoamerica  Systematically derived from corn

CHECK OUR TIPICAL MENU

Pupusas, Yuca Frita, Tamales de carne tamales de elote, Mojarra frita, Sopa de gallina india, Empanadas de platano, Tacos Salvadoreños, tamalitos de elote

INFORMATION OF THE RESTAURANT

Address: 3125 W Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL 60625 Phone:(773) 539-0977Hours: Open today · 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM

ABOUT US

We've been in the culinary business for twenty years  giving Chicago a real taste of El Salvador . We have been rated as the best restaurant in typical Salvadoran food in Chicago

OUR HISTORY

The history of Salvadorian food breaks schemes for its extensive menu and flavor . The dishes are care to maintain the original flavor . We do not try to be the best, but we try to give the best flavor of Salvadorian cuisine

OUR TRADITIONS

El Salvador's most notable dish is the pupusa, a thick handmade corn flour or rice flour tortilla stuffed with cheese, chicharrón (cooked pork meat ground to a paste consistency), refried beans or loroco (a vine flower bud native to Central America). There are also vegetarian options, often with ayote (a type of squash) or garlic. Some adventurous restaurants even offer pupusas stuffed with shrimp or spinach which are served with salsa roja, a simple yet flavorful Salvadoran cooked tomato sauce, often served with curtido. Pollo encebollado is another popular Salvadoran dish that contains chicken simmered with onions. Salvadoran cheeses, queso duro (hard cheese), queso fresco (fresh cheese), and cuajada, are eaten with meals.

We thank our customers for their support all this years and keep coming for more. Ortega meza Family.

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