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It all began in search for a better future for their children. Rosalina and Jesus migrated to the United States out of a war-torn land, El Salvador.

As a struggling family with language barriers they were able to achieve everything  they put their minds to. As a christian centered family the famous "pupusas" began to create a buzz in the kitchen of a local church in East Dallas where Rosi used to make them to raise funds for the church. Everyone  soon  fell in love with them and would suggest they would open a "Pupuseria" (a place where  they sell pupusas.)

In the year of 2005 Jesus and Rosalina where able to open the first Rosis Pupuseria in Garland. Eight years later, after much success and demand, they opened a second location in Mesquite. Rosis Pupuseria has evolved; adding amazing tasting food to their menu. Rosi's rebranded the mesquite location in Feburary 2020 to ROSI'S Salvadoran Fusion Cuisine after their son Executive Chef Jose Galdamez saw the need to keep the culture alive in the United States. He graduated with Honors from the best private culinary art school in San Salvador "SCARTS" under the direction of French Master Chef Herve Laurent.  ROSI'S will continue making amazing "World Class Salvadoran Fusion Food." Rosis has been featured in DMagazine and Dallas Observer.

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