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Coffee Enquiry XXXI: Arepa And Co a Venezuelan Cafe in London

And at the Festivus dinner, you gather your family around, and you tell them all the ways they have disappointed you over the past year
Frank Costanza (Seinfeld episode “The Strike”)

It’s Festivus celebration today, but I don’t want to talk about that I want to talk about Arepa & Co. A Venezuelan restaurant in London, where you can have Arepas, Cachapas, Venezuelan rum, and also a nice coffee.

Colourful Counter
Total relax
This is Gus and Kathy dream come true, a small and cozy place in Haggerston by the canal, colourful, with a friendly service, tropical and creative drinks made with Venezuelan Rum, and tasty food.

Lovely tequeños
The arepas are a must, my recommendation is to have the Reina Pepeada, nothing like chicken avocado. Cachapas are also really nice. All the food is excellent, homemade, Venezuelan style. Coffee is also quite good, I got a nice flat white, creamy, not so strong, with a nice latte art.

Arepa Time
Cheese Cachapa
Espresso Machine: La Marzocco
Beans: Nude
Score: 4/5

Flat White
Good coffee, great food, and lovely location, definitely the best way to celebrate Festivus, just be careful if you are selected to wrestle at the feast of strength. If you haven't tried Venezuelan food what are you waiting for? Arepa & Co is the right place for first timers.

Arepa & Co
T: 020 7923 3507
Venezuelan Cuisine
Approx Damage: £18pp
Area: Haggerston
Borough: Hackney
Twitter: ArepaAndCo

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