The street where this restaurant is located, is called "la calle del gusto" (the taste street) because there are a few restaurants. This place is cozy and small but full of favor. Their cuisine is more a fusion one which mixes mediterranean flavors with Venezuelan cuisine. They only open for lunch (for now) and they have a Prix Fixe menu that changes everyday . The menu includes a first course (normally a soup), an entree with 2 sides and a dessert.
The day we went, they had a first course of "arepitas", fresh white cheese and avocado. The entree was" pabellon criollo" (Venezuela's national dish) with 3 variants (meat,chicken, or fish).
The dessert was "arroz con leche" (rice with milk and cinnamon).
PS." Pabellon criollo" is a dish that consists of shredded meat, white rice, fried plantains and black beans.
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