Salvatoria is a go-to for Salvadoran food in Astoria (and in the before times, a super lively bar), but most well-known for their variety of pupusas, which range from traditional to more playful fillings. Amongst the 18 different options are the more standard queso y frijol (cheese and bean) and espinaca (spinach). But if you're looking for something different, there’s the Pupusaroni with cheese and pepperoni and the Pupusa Loca with shrimp, chicken, cheese, chicharrón, and beans. All served with spicy tomato salsa and curtido.
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