La Latina - The Kitsch Venezuelan Areperia

Going to La Latina is always a live and colorful experience, 8 tables set in a tiny 700.ft2 setting in Midtown with the perfect composition of flavor, art and location. La Latina is authentic, home-made Venezuelan fare with an unexpected twist of eclectic, the ambiance will make you feel like you are indeed in the middle of an Almodovar scene.

The Food

We went for the house name “La Latina" besides being one of the coolest neighborhoods in Madrid, here in Miami "La Latina" is also an arepa with the crispiest bacon I have ever tried, our next choice,
was "Sifrina" which is basically "reina pepiada" the quintessential of the Venezuelan street food, with a house variation adding traditional cheeses such as guyanes. Still hungry because of the calories conciseness size of the arepas, we went for "Pelua" a beef and Guyanese cheese combination.
Highly recommended, this place is the destination. If you have never tried Arepas, this is probably the best place to start.
-Prices per arepa range from $5.00 to $7.00 but if you are extremely hungry you might eat about five of them. No matter what happens at the end, it’s always worth the trip.


Highly recommended, this place is a destination. If you never try Arepas this is probably the best place to start.
-Prices per arepa range from $5.00 to $7.00 but if you go hungry you may eat about five of them. Yet is always worth the trip.

More Info:
(305) 571-9655



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