For our last dinner in Los Angeles, we hit up El Buen Gusto, which is just a stone’s throw from my sister’s place. It’s a simple, no frills family-friendly restaurant that serves up Salvadoran and Mexican dishes.
I ordered the carne asada with onions and two eggs over medium.
I asked the waiter to hold my beans and rice and I ordered an extra side of guacamole.
The guac was thinner and more watery than I like. My meal was rib sticking but I’ve definitely had better.0