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).
Tips from foursquare
Best horchata in Seattle!
Stop by for some great treats to take home or to work. Pack up some pastelito de leches, lazo de canela, flan and a borracho to enjoy with coffee for a quick bite. Te gusta!
Have the tres leches cake more than once!
Great pastries and baked goods at friendly local bakery. Stop in for breakfast and enjoy tamales, huevos, frijoles and tortillas or for sopa de pollo for lunch. You won't walk away hungry!
Great soap de pollo but leave room for their tres leeches cake