El Salvador Corridor is a cluster of Central American food vendors and businesses situated in front of Koreatown’s Two Guys Plaza. As you make your way through them, you’ll inevitably be tempted to try Salvadoran street snacks like spicy green mangos and blood clam cocktails, but don’t skip out on the pupusas. There are plenty of options to choose from, but the stand located directly in front of the plaza’s parking lot entrance makes an excellent chicharron, bean, and cheese pupusa that’s packed with delicious stuffing. The curtido here comes soaked with bright vinegar and tastes best paired with their thick tomato salsa slathered on top. The next time you’re here, feel free to go on a sampling tour around the plaza, find your favorites, and support small businesses.
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