This place is just a piece out beloved country in Barcelona. Absolutely everything tastes and feels like in Venezuela. The arepas, cachapas, juices, tequenos! Love this place.
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The menu offered 'Arapas'. I had no idea what these are, so I went for the option called Pabellon de Aguacate. Arapas are tortillas from Venezuela. This one had avocado, black beans, fried plantain and cheese, was cooked while I waited, was excellent - and cheap! I didn't want a take-away. However, although there are several tables, there are no... More
This is a great place to grab a quick bite - they have no seats so it's standing room only or when the weather is good take it out and go relax in the park and enjoy your food. The arepas are all super tasty - I've tried a lot of them, and the juices are great! A flavour-gasm!
The food is tasty and for a Venezuelan in Barcelona this place is just perfect. If you want to try Venezuelan food give it a go here and you won't be disappointed. Just bear in mind that there are no chairs and depending on the day you have to wait (sometimes too long) to get what you ordered.
If you already know arepas and cachapas, you'll love it. If you're not familiar with Venezuelan food you should give it a chance. Customers are mainly Venezuelans, but other nationalities are permitted as well. Decoration is a collection of Venezuelan memorabilia. Two things are not good for me. First, you have nowhere to sit, just like you were having lunch... More
We had Arepas and Cachapas. They are delicious Venezuelan "crepes" with different fillings. Try them with "frijoles" (black beans). They are very tasty. We found them a bit small, so we had to have 2 each.
look, my wife (a Venezuelan by birth) and family have often been on a quest to try arepas where ever we might find em. there is a pretty darn good spot in vegas....and this joint goes a step beyond that one. be warned, there are no chairs or stools , there are plenty of tables and ledges to stand at....and... More
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