100 days in cleveland

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Day 38/100
Pupuseria “La Bendicion”
La Bendicion (the blessing) is a comfortable, clean El Salvadorian restaurant on w.105. Not a single person spoke English and everyone turned around when we walked in, but we quickly found that the staff were all very sweet - I had the urge to call them “auntie”. Even the customers were open and friendly. We went for the pupusas but ended up loving the tacos and spicy coleslaw as well. Please go and support this restaurant! Here’s a writeup by Latino Cleveland:
The Salvadoran restaurant  serving  Cleveland and the surrounding areas could be one of the best options to  enjoy authenticate Salvadoran food     which very few have had the privilege of tasting. We recently visited La  BENDICION restaurant where one could contemplate the cleanness of the  premises and  the friendliness of the owner Mrs. Maria Isabel Avalos,  where her cuisine is influenced by the Salvadoran typical tradition One  of the popular  dishes that La Bendicion has are the famous pupusas, the  pupusas are one of the most widespread typical food in El Salvador,  probably because of its low cost and established tradition from  generation to generation. While accurate way of origin is not known,  anthropological studies claim that it was born in Central America  territories,  especially in the West of El Salvador.  “People come here  to eat our pupusas, not only  people from Salvador but Guatemalan,  Mexican, Puerto Rican, Americans and people of other nationalities also  come.”, says Maria Isabel. With only 2 years in business, La Bendicion  has achieved its success due to the effort driven by hard work and  dedication. For more information on dishes served and hours of  business you can contact (216) 688-0338. The restaurant is located at  3685 w 105st, Cleveland, Ohio.

Day 38/100

Pupuseria “La Bendicion”

La Bendicion (the blessing) is a comfortable, clean El Salvadorian restaurant on w.105. Not a single person spoke English and everyone turned around when we walked in, but we quickly found that the staff were all very sweet - I had the urge to call them “auntie”. Even the customers were open and friendly. We went for the pupusas but ended up loving the tacos and spicy coleslaw as well. Please go and support this restaurant! Here’s a writeup by Latino Cleveland:

The Salvadoran restaurant  serving Cleveland and the surrounding areas could be one of the best options to enjoy authenticate Salvadoran food  which very few have had the privilege of tasting. We recently visited La BENDICION restaurant where one could contemplate the cleanness of the premises and  the friendliness of the owner Mrs. Maria Isabel Avalos, where her cuisine is influenced by the Salvadoran typical tradition One of the popular  dishes that La Bendicion has are the famous pupusas, the pupusas are one of the most widespread typical food in El Salvador, probably because of its low cost and established tradition from generation to generation. While accurate way of origin is not known, anthropological studies claim that it was born in Central America territories,  especially in the West of El Salvador.  “People come here to eat our pupusas, not only  people from Salvador but Guatemalan, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Americans and people of other nationalities also come.”, says Maria Isabel. With only 2 years in business, La Bendicion has achieved its success due to the effort driven by hard work and dedication. For more information on dishes served and hours of business you can contact (216) 688-0338. The restaurant is located at 3685 w 105st, Cleveland, Ohio.

  1. jopan reblogged this from juliaincleveland and added:
    Support “La Bendicion!” W 105th in Cleveland!
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  3. chibiuk reblogged this from juliaincleveland and added:
    mmm i’m going to need to try this!
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