New Salvadorean restaurant to open in San Leandro

I went by the old Casa MariaKolbehTaqueriaandy & joe’s building a couple of days ago and saw that it’s becoming a Salvadorean restaurant. I don’t know when it’ll open and what it’ll be called (though the name was on the window, I can’t recall it) – but I do wish them luck (and good food!). I’m not crazy for Salvadorean food myself, but I’m willing to be converted!


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2 Responses to New Salvadorean restaurant to open in San Leandro

  1. Went by it again, and it’s called La Cocina de Raquel (Raquel’s Kitchen). The place hasn’t changed much since its last incarnation, though I assume the menu is different. I hope to be able to try it soon.
    BTW, it’s now OPEN. if you go, send me a note and tell me how it is.

  2. dsarver

    Great pupusas. Try the special juice. It’s made, as best as my research shows, from Strawberry Guavas, has a unique taste and a somewhat pineapple juice texture. Don’t forget the plantains with beans and crema. Food is not as greasy as some other salvadoran places and service is much, much quicker.

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