Like your first ice cream cone or whatever kind of snacks you grew up eating, the revueltas pupusa from this Salvadoran spot in Woodside is a dish you won’t forget. It’s full of refried beans, cheese, and chicharrón all packed in tight inside the warm embrace of sweet masa. When you bite into it, you’ll begin to wonder how such a big combination of flavor fits into something that’s only about the size of a silver dollar pancake. There’s also a bunch of other great pupusas and dishes like birria tacos, consome, and tamales that you can take to-go or enjoy at one of the two outdoor tables.
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