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Arepa Venezuelan Kitchen

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  • Takeout
  • Delivery
1405 NE 50th St (Northeast Seattle)
Seattle, WA 98105
206-556-4879
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The food that comes out of Arepa Venezuelan Kitchen is as warm and satisfying as its cozy interior. Located in a quaint green cottage adjacent to Grand Illusion Cinema in the U-District, Arepa serves more than a dozen varieties of its namesake offering, kind of like a cross between a pancake and corn bread that’s made of ground maize (corn) flour, and served sandwich-style—cut open and stuffed with fillings. Here, all arepas are made fresh, grilled, or deep-fried, with fillings that range from the vegetarian chicas (spinach, tomatoes, and white cheese), to the tasty pabellon (shredded beef, black beans, sweet plantains, and white cheese). And you likely won’t spend much—the highest priced arepa is $8.99. LEILANI POLK
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