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Posted by Anonymous on 11/27/2007
What a find... I love the food, it's got a home-cooked thing happening! The prices are so reasonable... The beer selection is fun, but if you're like me then you'll go for the sangria. Finalmente! LOVE THAT YOU DELIVER :)
Posted by LorenzoB on 09/22/2007
Great place to chow down on arepas and traditional venezuelan food. I lived in Venezuela for 4 years and this place definatelly gets it right. The "reina pepiada" and el "quesillo" was out of this world. They don't have Polar beer, which is dissapointing, but their sangrias made up for it. Cheap eats with descent portions. The place is charming and tiny, but not really crowded. I'll go again soon.
Posted by NYC Foodie on 09/22/2007
I've already been to this new little place 3 times, both for brunch and dinner with friends and my husband. The food is great, we love the Churrasco with Yuca Fries, also the arepas. This last time we tried Pabellon, it was a great portion, and very tasty...everything is generously priced! I left the BEST for last...the SANGRIA is out of this world, and at $3 a glass (happy hour seems to be all day!) you're sure to stick around for a few rounds. We love it and the manager Pedro made sure we felt at home. By the way...they Deliver!
Posted by the cheap complainer on 08/25/2007
This mom and pop shop is really doing it right. Their arepas and empanadas took me back to my vacation in Caracas, and the peach sangria was the perfect pairing for the pabellon criollo (a combination of shredded beef, rice, beans and sweet plantains). The prices are so cheap that i wondered what was wrong with it, but i found out from the owners that they're keeping prices low while the summer's here and construction is nearing its end. I have since been back twice and everything i tried tasted as if a spanish granny was cooking. I can't say enough about the food's quality and authentic flavors, not to mention how inexpensive it is. The decor is another thing. They were painting and hammering away 2 of the 3 times I was there, but they promised that by mid september the construction would finish. I recomend this place for those looking for authentic, delicious food with no frills. BTW take cash because they don't accept credit cards.
Posted by WillyBEE on 08/22/2007
The food was great. Its very small and they are definitely still working on the decor (painting and hammering going on) but if the eats are any indication then they are headed the right way. Will have to go back when everything is in place to get a real feel. Until then its an incomplete . . . but worthy of a shot.