Bahia is a Salvadoran restaurant in Williamsburg, and it’s somewhere we go on weeknights when we want large, affordable plates of objectively delicious food. We usually get grilled pork chops or a lean cut of steak with some rice, beans, and Salvadoran cheese - but the soups are also satisfying and filling, the fried yuca with chicharron is always delicious, and it’s essential that you get a least one pupusa. The space is pretty big with a couple of TVs, so it’s great for either a big-group meal or solo dinner.
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