Looking to satisfy your appetite for Salvadoran fare?
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best affordable Salvadoran restaurants around Indianapolis, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to meet your needs.
1. 3 In 1 Restaurant
Topping the list is 3 in 1 Restaurant. Located at 1413 W. 86th St., Suite A2 in St Vincent-Greenbriar, the Salvadoran spot, which offers tacos and more, is the highest-rated low-priced Salvadoran restaurant in Indianapolis, boasting five stars out of 93 reviews on Yelp.
If you're looking for more, we found these details about 3 in 1 Restaurant.
"3 in 1 Restaurant's main focus is to produce authentic Mexican and El Salvadorian food using the finest locally grown, organic products," it notes on Yelp in the section explaining specialties. "We are best known for our savory pupusas (made with any combination of cheese, beans. pork meat, loroco, chicken and steak) and our delicious sweet corn tamales."
2. Pupuseria Casa Maria
Next up is Crooked Creek's Pupuseria Casa Maria, situated at 7363 N. Michigan Road. With 4.5 stars out of 92 reviews on Yelp, the Salvadoran and Mexican spot has proven to be a local favorite for those looking for a low-priced option.
We turned there for more about Pupuseria Casa Maria.
"We started with this adventure in 2013 with the goal of introducing the flavors of El Salvador to people who think that Mexican and Salvadoran food is the same," according to the history section of the business's Yelp profile.
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"Lenin and Elsa are the owners of the business, as a married couple we feel very content to have this little restaurant as part of our family business," per the bio section of the business's Yelp profile.
3. La Guanaquita Restaurante
Eagledale's La Guanaquita Restaurante, located at 5435 W. 38th St., is another top choice, with Yelpers giving the inexpensive Mexican and Salvadoran spot four stars out of 23 reviews.
The site can tell you a thing or two more about La Guanaquita Restaurante.
"We started near the intersection of West 30th Street and Lafayette Road back in 2000," the business states in the history section of its Yelp profile. "Then, in 2006, we moved to our current location off of West 38th Street. The owner wanted to bring the taste of El Salvador to the streets of Indianapolis."
Concerning signature items, "Authentic Salvadorian food" it writes on Yelp in the section explaining specialties.