Venezuella arepas! Very good food fair priced - 9, 9.5 dollars each little sandwich. Great atmosphere.
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Recently visited Caracas Restaurant and enjoyed some of the best arepas outside of Venezuela. They were expertly done and were quite tasty. The service was great as well as the rum tasting. Will definitely be back.
I live one block away, and am quite the frequent attendee. The Pabellon arepa is my go to, and the tostones are to die for. Great for a quick bite, but for the serving size, is a bit overpriced . Also to note, Caracas used to have two sort of "rooms" next to each other; one being more casual to-go,... More
Been here many times over the last 10 years. And having traveled in Venezuela and tasting the local food, I can tell Caracas compares to the real deal. Hoping they will reopen and expand in the coming months.
We stopped in here for more or less a snack and ordered the beef and cheese Arepas. It was hot and fresh and had plenty of beef and cheese in it. The seating was a bit cramped but not the end of the world. Prices were decent. Flavor was average.
We came to the bar since the main restaurant was still closed. It's a small cramped space but the food is good and worth squeezing in. We started with guacamole and croquetas. Very good. The chips, plantains and such, for the guacamole were good. I had a few of the arepas. Very good, heavy. And the sauce on the table... More
We had this place heartly recommended, and gave Venezuelan food a first try. The place is very nicely decorated and it is very cozy - or full of "hygge". The food though, was a bit disappointing: We had the arepas and it was nice. Not really any salad, as you otherwise would expect from a "pita-like" sandwich, but maybe this... More
If you're in the mood for authentic Venezuelan cuisine, come here! The restaurant is tiny and fits all of 12 or so people but the wait is worth it. Very cozy with a wide variety of arepas to choose from. Our party had the lunch special which consisted of a choice of arepas with soup or salad and we had... More