About Us

Passed down Latin traditional recipes crafted by Grandma Dora. It’s a journey through time and culture. Every plate tells a story, a story of love, tradition and the vibrant flavors of Latin America. Our roots trace back to Dora’s hometown Acajutla and her journey to Mexico ____ which opened a whole new world of culinary possibilities. We use, locally sourced ingredients, ensuring that every meal is authentic. Whether you’re a seasoned Latin food enthusiast or new to this vibrant cuisine, we invite you to join us on this delicious journey. Buen Provecho!!

Our Location

11302 107 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 0Y3


Monday: Closed
Tuesday 11-9pm
Wednesday 11-9pm
Thurs 11-9pm
Friday 11-10pm
Saturday 11-10pm
Sunday 11-7pm

What our satisfied customers are saying...

Althea Livingston

Google 5 Stars Review

Came here for ‘Cinco de Mayo’ this evening and our whole family loved it! Very pleasantly surprised. Highlights for me were the delicious pickled cabbage and pupusas. My husband and kids both really enjoyed their tacos. The nachos were also delicious. My kids kept saying how much they loved the food so that is a WIN! We will definitely be back.

It has a nice, bright, colourful atmosphere and friendly customer service as well.

Kid-friendliness: Kid friendly food, from tacos to quesadillas to nachos. My kids also love pupusas so they were very happy here!

Jaime Hernandez

Google 5 Stars Review

We tried this salvadorean and Mexican restaurant. The atmosphere was nice. They have a decent parking lot in a quiet corner. Smaller patio but it looked nice. We sat indoors, very quick service. The food was delicious! I recommend the pupusas. Good size and filling. My lovely wife had the tacos, which she thoroughly enjoyed. Great restaurant, highly recommend! Excelente servicio and comida deliciosa. Definitivamente vamos a regresar.

Helga Romero

Google 5 Stars Review

It’s a nice atmosphere very typical setting which makes it special very nice decor.
The food is really good. I think this is the best place for typical Salvadorean and Mexican dishes.
The best are the pupusas a tortilla fill with either cheese which is call cheese pupusas or fill with pork or mix which is cheese and pork.
Then we also had beef tacos and chorizo tacos. Beef tacos are good. I think tacos are not spicy cause I think it best to suit all tastes. You can add avocado sauce that comes on the side and gives a better taste as this is spicy but I understand not everyone likes that.
We also had chicken tamales. They were just lukewarm I prefer hotter but good tamales.
For dessert we had a caramel sundae, vanilla chocolate cheesecake very nice, also plátano borracho which is fried plantain with vanilla ice cream.