La Orquídea is one of those Latin-American restaurants where ketchup has long since been substituted for indigenous sauces, but don't let that deter you from tasting the finest Honduran food in town, with a big emphasis on seafood, including conch soup, sofrito-rubbed meats, and the stuffed wheat-flour or rice-flour pancakes called pupusas. The café also features gigantic Honduran, Guatemalan, and Salvadoran breakfasts, often including rubbery white cheese, eggs, beans, avocado, and thick, thick corn tortillas. 500 East 149th Street, The Bronx (10455)

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500 E. 149th St.
Bronx NY 10455


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