This was the first time that I have been to this store; I have only been to the one in Poway. I have to say that I really enjoyed visiting it -especially in how it seems to have evolved into the specialty market for not just one sd immigrant group - but all - in the greater El Cajon Blvd. area. There is a bunch of interesting items to keep you busy if you are into unique foodstuffs.
On a side note there is an intriguing tamal vendor who stakes out in front of the store. 'Ricos y exquitos tamales Oaxaquenos" the cart bills itself. The woman looks as if she may hail from the Costa Chica. In my recollection - there were 3 varieties offered in the bannana leaf & 4-5 in Corn leaf . Across the street is another vendor.
Picked up some motes - with the hope of making some ecuadoran food.
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