Elizabeth Pupusería Restaurant Washington DC

Elizabeth Pupusería Restaurant Washington DC Hole in the wall kind of restaurant with great food and prices. Only pupuseria I’ve had so far where the food has been tasty and well seasoned.

  • Name :  Elizabeth Pupusería Restaurant
  • Worktime : , 10:00am-12:00am
  • Type :  Salvadorian food restaurant
  • Assessment :
  • Prices : $
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Elizabeth Pupusería Restaurant Washington DC Address :

3801 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20011

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Best seller :

Cilantro chicken was great! The shredded chicken chimachanga was stuffed full. The guacamole, salsa, and chips were good too!

Elizabeth Pupusería Restaurant Menu :

Elizabeth Pupusería Restaurant Menu

Visitors’ Comments :

comment 1 :

Mind-blowing pupusas, best I’ve ever had. Great service too if you have a translator or can remember any of the Spanish you learned in grade school.
😋Best #Tamales in town hands down. Soooooo Good. You best to believe and get over there and get you some. I’ve been here over 5 times now for the Tamales and I surely will Today! 😋
Fast friendly service. Like another review said, knowing Spanish helps. Has a old, small town, homey feel.

comment 2 :

Best pupusas in DC!! Used to live around the corner and went all the time; now that I live further out, I still go here rather than closer restaurants since they’re so good. Favorite is jalepeno and cheese, and can’t beat the price!
Great hole in the wall! I went last year while visiting and their soups are great, especially on chilly days. Quick service and attentive.
Came here when habanero and the other place has long waits. First time i had it where the cheese and beans were mixed together in the pupusa . Yummmmmmmm 

comment 3 :

Food was awesome. Get the pork and cheese. Place smells kinda weird and is cash only but it was 100% worth a trip.
Amazing pupusas. Speak English and Spanish. Very affordable. Small dining space, best for takeout.
No menus, but essentially the main veggie pupusas are cheese combined with spinach, jalapeno or corn. Hot dishes are on display so you can point, though they are mostly meaty. There may have been more, but I don’t speak much Spanish, lol.

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