The family-run restaurant features made-to-order items crafted from fresh masa, and each dish is clearly a labor of love.
Tucked in an unassuming strip mall, the El Salvadoran restaurant serves some of the most delicious pupusas in the East Bay.
The newest addition to Fourth Street offers an array of bowls, salads, and sandwiches, spiked with Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors, in a modern, hip setting.
The fast-casual restaurant specializes in fried chicken sandwiches, but the homemade ice cream taco is even better.
The deep East Oakland restaurant serves far more than pupusas — but you should also get the pupusas.
At the Ippuku team's entry into West Oakland, find subtle flavors, remarkable craftsmanship, and long waits.
Find lumpia, chicken adobo, sisig, and more — made with quality ingredients and a lighter touch.
Traditional Japanese hot pot comes to San Leandro, while the Korean version finds a home in Temescal.
At the East Oakland restaurant, you'll find fresh crawfish, fried alligator, and turkey neck stew.
The Fruitvale restaurant captures the underrated expansiveness of Cambodian cuisine.
The West Berkeley pop-up stuffs Asian and Latin flavors into French bread.
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It must be located south of Jackson St., as the stretch of Industrial Parkway northward…
Wow, I cant wait to try this place!