Homemade, Venezuelan food in soi 94 @ La Rumba

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Homemade, Venezuelan food in soi 94 @ La Rumba
Homemade, Venezuelan food in soi 94 @ La Rumba
Homemade, Venezuelan food in soi 94 @ La Rumba
Homemade, Venezuelan food in soi 94 @ La Rumba
Homemade, Venezuelan food in soi 94 @ La Rumba
Homemade, Venezuelan food in soi 94 @ La Rumba

I have passed this restaurant many times andI never had the time to visit. This month I was told from a friend not to miss and so I didn’t. The Restaurant is a family and friends business and this feeling you can easily get upon your arrival. The chef is from Venezoula and his food is incredible! I had a look at their menu and I wanted to try all but then I saw the table next to me and I realized that he portions are quite big.

I was seated at their family table and I start asking all of them which are their favorite dishes, expecting they would agree to one but it didn’t work out that way. So the father of the family recommended a small testing of 5 different dishes. 1st dish “Fosforera” , The Caribbean Tom Yum. How did they manage to out all this seafood into a small coffee cup, it’s unbelievable. Squid, shrimps and a sea shell! The coriander had such a fresh aroma which I loved! 2nd dish “Tequenos” . Fried cheese rolls!!!!! Super yummy! Don’t ever go there and not try these cheese rolls. It was a week ago and I cannot take it out of my mind! 3rd dish “Crispy Chicken fillet with garlic mayonnaise”.

With respect to the Thai fried chicken this has nothing to do! Is crispy and still juicy inside! 4th dish “White snapper in coco curry today”. Bold tropical flavours, a perfect combination! 5th dish “Asado Negro”. Beautifully cooked pork stewed in its juices with mashed potato and sweet banana! The promised me they will make a dessert with sweet banana, I’ll go to check again soon it was fantastic! Best day to visit this place Friday night when they have Salsa Night!!! Enjoy good food and dance to Latin rhythms!

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