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It’s like calling Pike Place Market a fruit stand. Oh, there’s a bakery all right—big colorful cases full of sugar cookies and pan mexicanos, sticky buns and the caramelly Caribbean bread pudding called budin. But the savories in this cheerful fluorescent-lit Mercado are what compel some of the many devotees, Salvadorean and otherwise, to make White Center a stop on their way to wherever. See, there’s the menu, much of it in Spanish, over the register: Number 10, featuring a deep-fried sweet plantain damming a purple lake of creamy refritos; crunchy bits of fried cassava root; charred nuggets of the fried pork known as chicharrón; one of the finest moist tamales in three counties; curtido, the brisk Salvadorean cabbage salad; and a pupusa—a Salvadorean stuffed tortilla—oozing flavor and delicious grease.



Meal Times
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Good to Know
Child Friendly, Parking, Takeout

Salvadorean Bakery

1719 SW Roxbury St, White Center, WA, 98106
White Center  •  206-762-4064
7am–9pm daily