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The incredible flavor of the Venezuelan home in the more traditional presentation of the arepa, filled with Ham and cheese.
The shredded beef is an essential ingredient in Venezuelan gastronomy, putting it together with an arepa you will find the most delicious combination.
Another traditional arepa from the Venezuelans homes, filled with yellow cheese, simplicity with a great flavor.
Susana Duijm was the first Latin-American women how won the Miss World representing Venezuela and at that time women with curves, like her, were called “pepiadas” and it’s for honoring this beautiful woman that the name of this tasty and emblematic arepa was born. This Arepa is filled with shredded chicken, avocado and mayonnaise.
The Guayanés cheese is a cheese made mostly by hand, its flavor is unique as well as its texture, it’s the perfect companion for an arepa. To taste the Venezuelan flavor you need to try this incredible cheese.
La catira is an arepa that is filled with yellow cheese and shredded chicken, its name was born of the image it
This arepa is filled with white cheese and black beans, what makes it look like a domino. This two flavors create a delicious contrast.
The shredded meat and the yellow cheese that fill this arepa resemble disheveled hair for what is known as pelua, a Venezuelan colloquial word for hair.
The pabellón is a typical Venezuelan dish, the protagonist of its delicious flavor are slices of fried plantain, black beans, shredded meat and white cheese.
Its name comes from the habit of going to an arepera in the early morning after a rumba (Colloquial way to name a party in Venezuela). Its filling is made of slices of baked pork legs with gouda cheese.
It has the same flavor as the reina pepiada but with an added yellow cheese.
A classic ingredient such as the white cheese with the sweetness provided by the fried plantain, a delicious combination.
This arepa allows you to fully enjoy the delicious flavor of the slices of baked pork legs.
Strips of well-marinated beef, tomato slices, avocado, and Guyanese cheese.
Choose an extra topping for your arepa, create the combination that provokes you the most and experiment with our flavors.
The “mano” (hand) cheese, is a Venezuelan cheese, make mostly by hand, it has a unique texture and a soft and fresh flavor that, together with the cachapa, gets a tasty mixture.
The guayanés cheese is a cheese very similar to the “mano” cheese, with a flavor a little more intense and salty and with a harder texture.
Another way of taste the Venezuelan home, cachapa with Ham and cheese.
Slices of baked pork legs with a strong and delicious flavor to accompany and contrast with the traditional flavor of the cachapa.
Choose an extra topping for your cachapa, create the combination that provokes you the most and experiment with our flavors.
The Venezuelan empanadas are made of corn flour, just like the arepa. These have different fillings and have a half moon shape, fried. This one is stuffed with meat
The Venezuelan empanadas are made of corn flour, just like the arepa. These have different fillings and have a half moon shape, fried. This one is stuffed with Cheese
The Venezuelan empanadas are made of corn flour, just like the arepa. These have different fillings and have a half moon shape, fried. This one is stuffed with Chicken
The empanada is filled before frying but if you want to add a new flavor it can be "operated" by cutting the crease.
Tequeños are a delicious appetizer, you can´t eat just one. They are made of wheat flour and they are fried, usually filled with white cheese.
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