Paris is becoming more and more interesting about ethnic food. I appreciate to see this happen, and that traditional Brasserie is not the only option anymore. Bululú Arepera is a Venezuelan joint, offering the most famous local sandwich.
The Arepa is the traditional bread made with corn, it made and baked in house. You have choice between 7 different sandwiches between 6 and 8 euros. My favorite remain the plates served only during the weekend brunch.
More expensive but with a large variety of ingredients. With the fried plantain, a.k.a the Tajadas, it is the combo for sharing and create your own sandwich!
Avocado, black beans, minced meat or sausage in combination with scrambled eggs. Simple, but so savory. It can be a little dry, the plates comes with a small portion of marinated vegetables to mix with. I simply regret they do not make (yet) the Tostones, a dish highly appreciate!
Don’t forget to try their fresh juices. But also, to make a reservation! This charming and cute place is small and it gets full quickly. The service is nice, and will be happy to explain you their cultural tradition. This restaurant worth a trip, it is located in the cutest area of Paris: Montmartre.
I didn’t discover this place by mistake, but thanks this fantastic french blog: So Many Paris.
|Bululú Arepera – 20 Rue de la Fontaine du But – 75018 Paris, FRANCE +33 1 42 54 96 25 Venezuelan Metro: 12 – Lamarck – Caulaincourt Price: 10/20 pp English friendly: yes Website: https://www.facebook.com/bululuarepera|
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