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Salvatoria Kitchen and Bar

Restaurants, Salvadorean Astoria
Photograph: Courtesy Salvatoria Kitchen & Bar
Photograph: Courtesy Salvatoria Kitchen & Bar

Time Out says

For a taste of authentic Salvadoran cuisine in Astoria, look no further than Salvatoria Kitchen and Bar. Pupusas are the thing to order here, whether you go for chicharron (pork), revuelta (cheese, refried beans and pork) or queso con jalapeno ($3). They’re served with a vinegary coleslaw and spicy tomato salsa, per tradition. The menu offers much more than pupusas, though. Start with a fresh ceviche with seafood, clams and shrimp ($19) or salchipapas, a popular Latin American street food of sliced hot dogs and fries ($8). For your main course, try the grilled shrimp with rice and salad ($19), a seafood combination with creole sauce ($32) or steak topped with two sunny side-up eggs and served with fries ($17). Wash it all down with a Central American beer ($6) or glass of sangria ($8), and save room for an empanada dusted with powdered sugar ($3).

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Address: 31-18 Broadway
Astoria
11106
Transport: N,Q to Broadway
Price: Average main course: $16. AmEx, MC, V
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Opening hours: Tue-Thu 4-11pm; Fri 4pm-12am; Sat 12pm-midnight; Sun 12pm-11:00pm
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