Seattle, WA 98106
Seattle Weekly's Description
Radiating from Roxbury Street and 16th Avenue Southwest are Vietnamese noodle shops, a Cambodian grocery store, awesome taco trucks, and our favorite non-food-related White Center businessman, this really sweet airbrush artist who will, for a modest fee, put your pit bull, muscle car, or favorite smokable leaf on a tank top. And then there are the pupusas. Over at the Salvadorian Bakery, these traditional fried cornmeal cakes come stuffed with various combinations of pork, beans, cheese, and loroco, a flower petal that's treated like a vegetable. Curtido, El Salvador's spicy coleslaw, goes on top (you need it to cut the grease; these things ain't light).