I had been wanting to try this place for a while and today I finally did.
The menu consists of a Venezuelan-European fusion and the results are pretty great.
We had the Prosciutto Croquetas from the appetizer menu and then I tried to the Asado Tepuy and the Pasticho, both were great.
The Asado was served over a bed of lemon risotto which was very tasty, the meat could have been a bit more tender but it was good.
I thought the Pasticho was a little dry and hard but the overall taste was decent, not the best I've had but not bad either.
The offer lunch specials and everything is fresh and homemade.
I think the aesthetics of the restaurant could improve as part of the kitchen is exposed and the decor is lacking, but despite that, you are guaranteed to have a great meal at this place.
Prices are a bit high $15 and up
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