Small restaurant on the White Horse Pike with limited parking and plain décor. We found by chance traveling through the area and decided to give them a try. “Typical Salvadorain Food” stated on the extensive menu that is well described for the novice (which I was). We chose Mariscada de camarones, pescado, cochas, y otros mariscos, SEAFOOD STEW. Shrimp, Fish, Shellfish and other seafood. The other’s, Prawns, Shrimp, Mussels, Clams, in a broth that was a little milder and thinner than lobster bisque. Excellent flavors and a gigantic offering for $14.00. Drink we chose water as they have limited offerings of soda’s and smoothies.
Service was friendly and quick and we thoroughly enjoyed the free tortillas and bean dip. Pricing very reasonable.