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All reviews tapas arepas ceviche skirt steak grilled corn flan crab cakes fries potatoes magazine street small plates new favorite restaurant last saturday outdoor seating cooked perfectly decided to give it a try food was wonderful
I'm a local and have been wanting to try this place for years. I had an idea it would be good, really good. I was not expecting to be overwhelmed with how delicious, savory, any unique it turned out to be. It reminded me of...More
I went here with my boyfriend and my workmates as it was recommended by one of them. We opened the place at 5pm they were very accommodating. We ordered steak, ceviche and i actually forgot the other (shame) it was a good time though great...More
While visiting New Orleans, we met up with a friend who moved down there and she recommended to meet her here at Baru. I'm so glad we did! It was delicious and fresh, with bright and bold flavors that punched. We had a lot of...More
Met with a warm welcome. Service was amazing throughout. Food was expedited quickly. The flavors were just fantastic. Incredible find. From the Arepas, the corn, empanadas, skirt steak.. and the dessert- WOW!!! The Maracuya cocktail was refreshing and perfect for the occasion
So glad I tried this place for lunch while strolling on Magazine Street. It’s not much to look at but the food is fantastic. I struggled deciding on what I wanted as everything on the menu looked delicious. I started with a blueberry mojito and...More
I can’t pronounce anything correctly, but everything we ordered was great- 3 different cocktails (margarita, something with cilantro, and 1 with passion fruit) and 2 tapas (goat cheese crostini and fried oysters)
I was working in the area and stopped in to try a new place. The outdoor seating was nice on a pretty day!
I had the Pepeada (chicken and avocado) Arepa and the Tostones with Chimichurri. The food was wonderful, but the Arepa was kind...More
We had lunch here last Saturday and everything was delicious and so different tasting. I also, had the best Pisco Sour I've had outside South America. The Tapas are very substantial, so I would advise 2 rather than 3 per person. A little bit pricy,...More