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Salvadorean Bakery - 10 Reviews - 1719 SW Roxbury St, Seattle, WA - Bakeries Reviews - Phone (206) 762-4064

Salvadorean Bakery

1719 SW Roxbury St
Seattle, WA 98106
(206) 762-4064
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This bakery is wonderful. You have the option of a wide variety of smaller pastry items. I have tried many of the varieties and I haven't found one yet that I didn't love! They al...


i was waiting for more than 20 minutes, when i asked the server , she told me is a big sign rigth on front the door with the sign order here, i say iam sorry, i did see the sig...

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What a great place! 5/3/2006

A friend of mine had told me of this place, so I went last Thursday to check it out. WOW! I splurged and bought some treats to bring back to work, considering the prices are so affordable, the "splurge" only cost me $13 and that included lunch. Check it out, worth the drive there. Nothing else like in the city, that I have found yet. Service was kinda of slow...but hey, you cant have everything! more

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unique and worth the drive 4/4/2006

You are probably figuring out that I have a bit of a sweet tooth. I also recommend the Salvadorian Bakery for their amazing authentic El Salvadorian pastries and food. more

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something different 7/28/2005

Going to the Salvadorian bakery is like taking a vacation. They serve authentic central/south pastries and food. The cookies and pastries are not overly sweetened and have a the perfect flaky, crispy texture. Some of their pastries are made with rice flour. The make a tres leche cake, which is a sponge cake soaked in a mixture that includes condensed milk. Pupusas, a mainstay of Salvadorian cuisine, are like thick homemade tortilla filled with beans, cheese, or chorizo. Pupusas are served with a salad called curdito and a mild red sauce. The fried plains with refried beans and crema is a good meal. My favorite, however, is pan con huevo e chorizo--scrambled eggs, with chorizo sausage served in a bolillo roll. It cannot even be compared to a fast food breakfast sandwich. On Sunday it gets crowded every hour and a half as chuch services let out. more
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  • Hidden in the downstairs of a very plain building, the Salvadorean Bakery churns out treats that are anything but. The long hallway off the main room serves as an ordering counter, display case and...

  • 5/20/2010 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 7am-9pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Discover, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    South Delridge, Delridge