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Great exponent of Colombian cuisine in which you can find all of its flavors in just one dish.
Pectoral Meat, Chicken Meat, Roasted Vegetables with 2 Arepas.
Don Pedro: When Francisca traveled to Bogotá for the first time, she discovered the authentic flavor of the “Pan de Bono Valluno” or “Artisanal bread from El Valle del Cauca” which is known for its subtle baked Cheese flavor.
Lettuce or Watercress, Caesar Dressing, Parmesan Cheese, Croutons.
2 Mandocas, 2 Pan de Bono, 2 Empanaditas, 5 Tequeños, 5 Arepitas, and 1/2 serving of Pork Cracklings
Tía Mica: Thanks to her Aunt Micaela’s Arepas, Francisca developed her love for homemade cooking. She also taught her about cooking with charcoal, which later motivated her to travel to dierent countries in Latin America to try it even more. Fried White Corn Cakes with a side of Nata
La Tía Almida: Her aunt, who was a widow, had to go out to the Mercado Municipal de Barrancas to sell Empanadas in order to provide for her children.
Ma’ Vieja: While attending La Universidad del Zulia, she normally went to a small food stand located in an area named Tierra Negra, it was called “Casa Vieja” and she developed the habit of going every single Sunday to buy Mandocas, finallyfalling in love with Zulia’s cuisine. Corn Pretzels made with White Cheese, unrefined Cane […]
Don Guille: One evening, when she was in Santo Domingo’s mountain range, a villager named Guille oered her an appetizer during traditional celebrations. Beefy and crunchy Pork Meat cuts, a traditional latin american appetizer.
Ma’ María: Her grandmother, Ma’ María, used to host a gathering for her grandchildren every Sunday after church, at which she always served homemade Tequeños. 100% Venezuelan-style Cheese sticks, served with Green Sauce
PER GLASS $ 8 PER HALF A BOTTLE P $ 14 PER BOTTLE $ 29
½ Organic Chicken, 16 oz. of Picanha , Pork Sausage, Blood Sausage, Pork Cracklings, Ripe Plantains, and Hallaquitas.
Flap Meat cut in small pieces with Blood Sausage, Pork Sausage, and Hallaquitas Blancas with Cilantro Aioli.
Colombian-style Fried Plantain Rounds. While still living in Venezuela, one of Francisca’s neighbors, Maria Teresa, gave her a taste of this dish and it became a perfect dish to share with friends at Francisca’s house ever since.
A thick slice of traditional Venezuelan Cheese grilled on our Josper
On the last Sunday of each month, Francisca, following her grandmother’s tradition, spoiled all the workers of her chicken farm by making her own recipes of charcoal-cooked meat, fish and chicken and inviting them to a family Sunday where they arranged traditional games, drank Tizana, and played Bolas Criollas and Dominos. That is how this […]