This is my third time there and the Service is THE WORSE. (Lata de Pirulin $20) For Cachitos go to Moises Bakery in Miami Beach or Panna Express in Doral.
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Even though the name might be confusing. This is highly casual Venezuelan bakery to my taste. So. Do not expect any fancy atmosphere. However. I would say they have a good spectrum of what you may find at a real Venezuelan bakery.
My parents have always spoke about food from Venezuela and since I was born there but moved at a young age - I always looked forward to having authentic Venezuelan food. This is exactly what happened on a beautiful Saturday morning before we headed on...More
I have been going here since 1988 the service is like eating out of your own Kitchen, i have seen this family all thru the years , as they work as a family , with there kids and now grandchildren, anything you have here is...More
Quality of food was marginal. Atmosphere minimal. I had a single bite of the beef areapa and found it greasy and tasteless. Only good item was cafe con leche. Wouldn't ever return.
one of the few places in miami that serve the real venezuelan arepas. it is like eating in caracas and they serve the whole spectrum of arepas, all the different cheese and meats
This little cafe is named "European Corner"? It's a Venezuelan cuisine cafe, so why that name? We had Arepas: queso and queso y jamon. They were $5.50 and $7.50 and $3.00 for an apple juice. It was good, but a little expensive for Arepas.
Tucked into an unassuming corner of South Miami, this Venezuelan eatery is as delicious as it is unpretentious. Good favorites served with a friendly attitude, one of those little neighborhood joints that are so great to find in Miami. The bakery is great, too!
Small shop that has pastry and meals. There were four tables & it was small and clean. English was not spoken (much) and I settled on a typical breakfast that was good and hot ! This is not I-Hop!