Originally from El Salvador, sisters Ana Castro and Aminta Elgin founded Salvadorean Bakery and Restaurant in 1996. From pupusas and tamales to conchas and cookies, they provide the El Salvadorean population in Seattle a taste of home, and share their country’s baked goods and culinary traditions with the broader community.

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Ana Castro and Aminta Elgin
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  1. If you’re looking for a tres leches cake, Salvadorean Bakery has you covered. While there, be sure to check out their many other local El Salvadorean treats. West Seattle is lucky to have this bakery as part of their already vibrant cultural community.

  2. This place includes not only the traditional breads (pan dulce) and also a restaurant for a meal! All of the choices are delicious. Bonus they have parking spaces next to their business and along a bus route too!

  3. One of the best authentic Salvadoran places around town. You can get a range of desserts, dishes, and everyday Salvadoran products from here. One of my favorite dishes is definitely the loroco pupusas, you should give it a try if you get the chance!

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