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Arepa & Co - Haggerston - Venezuelan Restaurant



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    Neta Oren img 4

    Really tasty food! Unique, arrives very hot and fresh and relatively quickly. There is air conditioning which is amazing! It was 33 degrees outside but chilly inside. Service was fine. Cons: There was no soap in the toilet and employees used it multiple times so they knew but didn’t fix it… also toilet was a bit messy. No cellular reception but there is WiFi.

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    Dio G img 5

    Great Venezuelan flavours and dishes. Very attentive staff. Clean toilets and accessible for disabled. Located by the staircase that leads down to the canal. Warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Quick service and rather affordable. Street parking available. Good coffee as well. Overall, a very positive experience. I’d recommend to anyone who’s open to try out new cuisines.

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    Ria Ismail img 5

    A hidden gem in the heart of one of London's coolest areas. Brunch with a backdrop of the gorgeous Regent's Canal in a super cosy, well-decorated nook. The food was absolutely mind-blowing, thanks to the influence of authentic chefs. Each condiment and part of the dish was perfectly cooked. Definitely took me right back to my days in Latin America! If you like Venezuelan (or really any) food, you will love this place.

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    The Hungry Foodie img 4

    Located on an unassuming side street next to a council estate lies a Venezuelan restaurant that punches above its weight. The restaurant itself is intimate and has limited indoor and outdoor seating with scenic views of the canal. Being a vegetarian I was apprehensive about coming but the food tasted great and opened my palate to this cuisine. The Tequenos had a crispy pasty and were filled with a steaming, oozy, almost buttery cheese, being a perfect partner for the accompanying fruit chutney. The Triple Cheese Cachapa was deliciously crispy and came with a sticky sugarcane syrup. The accompanying side salad had a strong dressing which worked well when eaten with the sweetcorn pancake. Dress code: casual Cost: ££ Service: friendly but food came out slowly Ambience: Trendy and Congested

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    Alex Bähre img 5

    Cute little Venezuelan restaurant with delicious food at a beautiful riverside. The staff is super nice. Nothing else to add really. The location is perfect. Located at a quite road directly at a small river with a pretty viney house just across the water. Maybe a little hard to find by chance, but definitely worth checking out when stumbling across it. The food is absolutely delicious. I've never had Venezuelan before and unfortunately it's my last day in London, else I would have come here again. I definitely will when I happen to be in London again. We were a group of 7 people and had pretty much all starters. We all agreed that all of them were fantastic. After raising the bar the expectations for the main dishes were high. And we weren't disappointed. It may sound ridiculous and it surely feels so writing this out. But the food was the best I've had in a very long time. I can't even pinpoint certain things. It just was everything. The great staff, the beautiful location, the terrific food. For all of that the price is pretty fair as well. London is a bit more expensive than other cities, so in comparison to other restaurants this definitely offers quite a bit more for the same amount of money. Even if it may sound like it, this review wasn't bought or anything. I wish :D But seriously, do yourself a favour and try it out. Either you just aren't into that kind of food, or you will love it. I definitely did!