This was recommended to us by the owner of the B&B we were staying at nearby. It is a small restaurant, simply appointed. They have a couple of tables outside, but most of the seating was indoors. They have a couple of tv's running, but no bar (I'm not sure they served alcohol). It was quiet when we visited. When we were there, it appeared the air conditioning was not working (or they didn't have any). It was evening, so it wasn't a problem for us.
Not having had Venezuelan food before, we asked our server for help. I don't think English was the primary language of the first server, so he asked another to come over and help. He was very friendly and helped us navigate the menu and made some recommendations. We decided on a couple of types of Arepas, something we have never had before. We also ordered an appetizer. The appetizer was very good. My Arepa was excellent (and my wife tried some and agreed). Her selection was more basic - just chicken and cheese - and while it was good, it didn't stand out. That's no fault of the restaurant, just not a great pick by us. We ordered a slice of Tres Leche cake for dessert - tasty and authentic, but not a large portion size.
The meal portion sizes were reasonable, and the prices were reasonable. The service (our initial server) was a bit slow once we had received our meals and wanted dessert and the check.
We'd certainly go back if we lived in the area.
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