The 10 Best Salvadoran Restaurants near Seattle, Washington
- 51 Reviews
Some of the most higly rated Salvadoran Restaurants near Seattle are:
- Lily's Salvadorean Restaurant (4.8/5)
- La Cabaña Seattle (4.6/5)
- Guanaco's Tacos Pupuseria (4.3/5)
- El Patio (4.2/5)
- Salvadorean Bakery and Restaurant Inc. (4/5)
- Vancouver Pupusas (5/5)
- Mercadito La Cabana (5/5)
- Bonners Ferry Pupuseria & American Diner + Cigars (4.9/5)
- Pupuseria Del Valle (4.9/5)
- Cayaguanca Salvadorean Food (5/5)
Here is a review from an user.
Finally stopped in here for dinner with my two grown up kids. We've been anticipating this for a few days now, ever since our recent E Bike ride past the sign! We saw it while rolling rapidly past.. and we both let out a whoop, whoop in sync! Being raised on rice and beans with plantains, they were both stoked. So you can imagine, expectations were very high, and they were hungry! Well, "Lily" did not disappoint! In fact, it made their day and the smiles were proof. Our food was flavored with childhood memories and suddenly our conversations switched from the current to their childhood neighborhood! What restaurant do you know of... that can do that?! Our server was so personable, and he ended up sharing his joy, and pics with my son... Motorcycles! Listening to them both visit about a shared passion while having our meal served, just added so much value to our time there. We highly recommend Lily's, not just for the delicious food, but for the vibe too!
Our favorite chef moved to this restaurant from up north. This is such a great place. Very authentic Honduran food, most of which we've never tried before. All of it was great! Thank You Carlos!
Delicious and affordable. The pupusas taste so fresh and I really like the salsa that comes with it. Communication with the server can be a bit tough so it’s hard to ask for modifications, but that doesn’t usually factor into my ratings as I really just care about the food. Lots of gluten free options, was able to come here with a friend that has celiac’s. The tamales and empanadas are really good as well. Pickled cabbages are amazing!! I love how spicy it is. Will be coming back regularly!
El Patio is a pan-Latin American restaurant that serves a huge variety of foods. Their menu is enormous and they have variations from various countries down south. The setting is authentic and although the menus are in English, the staff here try to encourage you to use a little Spanish when you can which is great. Their portions are huge, prices are good for the size and the quality of food is fantastic. They have a lot of seating inside and it's kind of a hole in the wall location, so parking is in the back. It can get crowded weekday nights though, so either go earlier or later for dinner.
Feels like home! Not gonna lie my first visit a year ago wasn’t the best. I had shown up min before closing time so Im gonna assume the lady who helped me just wanted to be done for the day 🙃every other visit has been so good! From helping me find the loroco I didn’t see to offering help open the door for me when I had my hands full of takeout! Love this place!
This place is excellent. Food is absolutely fantastic, service is great. Don't let its obscurity deter you or you will miss out on something really special.
Met Jay as we rode in to town, he very graciously recommended lodging and offered food. We assured him we would return once we settled. By the time we got back it was almost closing time and still he and his wife were happy to see us. I was able to practice my Spanish, enjoy food I hadn’t had since childhood, and finish the night with a cigar and frisbee. Unforgettable
Delicious!! They had a booth at the Saturday market downtown and they were made fresh. My friend and I got the pork filled. They have quite a few options including veggie (zucchini). Expect long line - very popular spot.
Best salvadoran food I've had in a long time. Will be coming back for the sopa de pata Saturday and Sunday's. Super friendly service,thanks cayaguanca.