caracas arepa bar

A Review of the Caracas Arepa Bar in New York City

Caracas area is a local delicacy in Venezuela. Arepas are a traditional Venezuelan drink made from sweet corn flour and fermented, thick juice made from the corn. It is said that the area has been in existence in Venezuela for over 500 years. Arepas are served with steamed white rice. Many Caracas arepa experts offer creative, low-cost renditions of this Venezuelan favorite.

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As I opened my package, I was impressed with the vivid, rich colors which flooded the package, such as, maroon, orange, and cream. My first impression was that the area had a very strong, bitter taste. So, like many people, I guessed that the brand was meant to quench my thirst after a long day at work or whatever. Upon taking the first mouthful, my stomach began to experience a very unique burn which was not present in any other brand I’d tried before. The fact that this burn was so unique and distinct from others led me to conclude that I’d received a really good deal.

After my stomach settled, I quickly discovered that the area had indeed left a lasting impression on me. The smell of it was strong enough to keep me in a pleasant state for at least two hours while I worked on my novel, which is about to be released. I received two extra cups of Caracas arepa broth and a bottle of bone broth, which are part of the regular entrees served at the Belle Reeve Restaurant. The bone broth smells absolutely divine, and I couldn’t wait to dive in to its richness once I was done with my meal.

I’m a huge fan of both Caracas arepa broth and bone broth. Being someone who has a hard time nailing down just one thing for a good meal, the combination of both tastes was absolutely delicious. The broth smells so rich and decadent, I couldn’t help but think of the great mystery writer, Philip Pullman, in his marvelous Anansi Boys series. While this thought was sinking in my mind, my stomach began to growl merrily as I bit into the succulent meat and broth. The fact that I’d been reading about it for weeks helped significantly, as I quickly made my way to the bathroom to sample the amazing new flavors.

As a native New Yorker, I was excited to try the Caracas Arepa Bar, which is my local’s version of the famous French bistro. While my colleagues and I were impressed by the rich flavor, we were even more pleased by the excellent presentation of this Caracas arepa broth. After our wonderful meal, we were eager to make the return trip to the Belle Reeve Restaurant, and now I know where I’ll be eating next–I can’t wait to go back and try out this great Caracas arepa broth!