We went here after reading all the great reviews on TA and we weren't disapointed.
The setting is very simple with 6 or so tables outside and the inside is where all the cooking takes place
As soon as we sat down the owner brought us the menus and gave us a complete run down of the specialities. He then brought us out 4 different glasses of juices and drinks to try while we read through the menu and made our choice.
The drinks were delicious and we decided on having the Venezuelan lemonade @ 25 pesos and a Venezuelan Chicha which was similiar to a Mexican Horachata @ 30 pesos
We both tried the Pabellón criollo @ 80 pesos. This is the Venezuelan national dish and it was superbe.
You've got black beans with salty cheese next to shredded beef and rice with fried plantain slices. There's a mini Arepa than comes with it too.
Every bite was so full of flavour that we didn't want the meal to end.
The owner is a lovely man, very warm and friendly, not at all pushy. The food is fabulous and I can't wait to return to try one of the other dishes.