I'm craving them. the gooey salty delicious salvadorean treats.
I've found them in williamsburgh, I've heard that they exist in park slope... but anyone know where i can find them in manhattan?
Last weekend I went on a tour trying all the mexican corn i could find in manhattan,.. just walking from restaurant to restaurant. I'd like to do the same with zucchini papusas-- so remember, there is no such thing as too many suggestions!!
(or home recipes ;)
I haven't found a good pupusa outside of Brooklyn yet. But it must be out there and while we look, the Venezuelan arepa is not a bad substitute. Caracas in the East Village is justifiably popular, though quickly cramped in the evening, especially on weekends. And El Cocotero has been recommended elsewhere on this board, though I haven't tried.
Here is one place in Manhattan. I went there about 10 years ago and it was packed with hundreds of Salvadorean people.
For the record, you can also find them in Woodside, Queens, and there's a great Honduran place in the South Bronx that might have something similar: