First time trying Venezuelan food and I'm already planning our next visit to this restaurant. Food is great. There is only a small detail: there are no chairs, but other than that everything was great!
We had Arepas and Cachapas. They are delicious Venezuelan "crepes" with different fillings. Try them with "frijoles" (black beans). They are very tasty. We found them a bit small, so we had to have 2 each.
look, my wife (a Venezuelan by birth) and family have often been on a quest to try arepas where ever we might find em. there is a pretty darn good spot in vegas....and this joint goes a step beyond that one. be warned, there are no chairs or stools , there are plenty of tables and ledges to stand at....and... 更多
For anyone who knows and loves Venezuelan Arepas, and misses them, you'll be delighted to discover La Taguara. They've gone out of their way to make your entire visit an authentic experience, from the arepas with many of the classic fillings, the array of fruit juices, desserts, hallacas, cachapas and even Polar beer. The Venezuelan artesania and memorabilia, even photos... 更多
Well prepared arepas! Tried the Pabellón one and the Reina Pepeada. Both good... Really good, but not excellent! 11€ for 2 arepas and 1 beer... good price because 2 arepas is good enough, even for a big eater like I am. If you're up for trying new food... don't hesitate