New York City has so much to offer in the way of cultural and ethnic foods that it can really be tough sometimes to pick what to eat and where to eat. For example, a Venezuelan bistro in midtown east on Third street has new taste sensations that may tantalize and entice you to try something new. If you have never eaten any Venezuelan food, now might be the best time to try it. Some unique foods are part of this country’s culture. There are three locations for the Venezuelan restaurant in New York.
Fried Sweet Plantains
Plantains are part of a lot of cultural food groups in Central and South America. However, fried sweet plantains are a very big part of Venezuelan dishes. They are both a treat and a food enhancer on most plates and in many dishes served at this bistro.
Soft corn pockets you can stuff with meats and vegetables or fruits (e.g., avocado) are a staple in the Venezuelan diet. The Venezuelan restaurant in New York City serves many different kinds of arepas, each with its own unique ingredients stuffed inside the soft bread-like pocket.
Much like the Greek pita or the Mexican tortilla, the Venezuelan arepa is a filling form of soft bread, some of which are made from more than just corn. In fact, the differently colored arepa pockets in green, red, etc., have all natural additional ingredients like tomato paste or zucchini to add flavor and color to the many arepas on the restaurant’s menu. Check out the Arepas menu by visiting