Doña Arepa Menu

  • Appetizers
  • Soups
  • Specials
  • Dishes
  • Beef & Chicken
  • Seafood
  • Arepas
  • Arepas Especiales
  • Empanadas
  • Empanadas Especiales
  • Cachapas
  • Especialidades De La Casa
  • Lunch Menu

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  • Appetizers
  • Soups
  • Specials
  • Dishes
  • Beef & Chicken
  • Seafood
  • Arepas
  • Arepas Especiales
  • Empanadas
  • Empanadas Especiales
  • Cachapas
  • Especialidades De La Casa
  • Lunch Menu

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  • Ana S.

    I absolutely love this place! As a Venezuelan it is hard to find good Venezuelan food around this area, but this is definitely my go to place! They are super friendly and make you feel at home once you walk in! Amparo and the whole team do a great job and not to mention the food tastes like you eating in Caracas ! 20 puntos

    (5)
  • Luiz R.

    Venezuela legimica y cerca de la casa! Qué más puedo pedir? Excellent place to connect with Venezuela again! The same nice atmosphere you can only find in Venezuela...everyone very friendly and ready to serve you at fullest! I will come back again and again!

    (5)
  • Annie P.

    OMG loved it !!!! Delicious!!! My new favorite place :) simple place, good service and not too pricy. Definitely worth the money.

    (5)
  • David B.

    Amazing, authentic Venezuelan cuisine. The arepas were outstanding. Highly recommend.

    (5)
  • Carmen C.

    First time here and I'm in love! Had a seafood Arepa and shredded beef. AMAZING!!! The staff was also super nice.

    (5)
  • Emily D.

    This was the best Venezuelan food I have had outside of my mom's own kitchen. Arepas are my #1 comfort food and these delicious creations did not disappoint. I will absolutely be back when I am in Floria again and I know that my mom will also love it while she is there. SOS Venezuela.

    (5)
  • Gianna A.

    The creamy vegetable soup is fantastic, so is the Venezuelan version of the 'jibarito' sandwich. (Jibarito is the Puerto Rican name, can't recall what they call it in Venezuela), the Bistec Encebollado, not so much. Service is friendly and they remembered my dining companion, from back at their smaller location, which is nice. This new, much larger location is spacious and airy, and they're looking to get live entertainment and dancing like at the old location. It does have a cafeteria-y feel, but that's ok with me. Now pass me some more of that soup...

    (3)
  • S P.

    Great place! We tried an appetizer platter that included all kinds of fried delicious cheese and chicken and beef empanadas. All were excellent. For meals, we had Venezuelan pot roast and shredded beef criollo. Both were very good. I liked that with your lunch special, they include soup. Prices were more than fair and service was on point. We would love to return.

    (4)
  • Felix M.

    Food is very good, a variety of different foods to try. Stuffed arepa sandwiches are great. The patacon is a fried plantain sandwich with your choice of pork, shredded beef or chicken. Been here three times so far and have yet to leave unsatisfied. Different fruit juices to choose from. A great place to try out.

    (5)
  • Kris B.

    We weren't sure what to expect since they did not have any reviews, but we're so glad to have found this restaurant. We ordered chicken empanaditas for our daughter. The corn breading was fresh and the dipping sauce was sweet, tangy and delicious. My husband ordered the Bandeja Paisa, a crazy amount of food for under $10 (Steak, chorizo, kracklin, fried egg, rice/beans, avocado & plantain)! My arepa was very good. We were most impressed with the freshness of the food, as well as the service. When we walked in nearly every table was full and only two servers were working the restaurant. We were still greeted quickly and our orders were taken within moments of seating. Even with a toddler we were in and out within an hour.

    (5)
  • Amanda M.

    This little gem is proof that you don't have to drive all the way to Miami for good Venezuelan food. I never thought I would be taking my mom out to eat arepas in Greenacres after introducing her to these griddled corn cakes with various fillings at a favorite restaurant in Las Vegas. I was impressed by the extensive menu offered at Doña Arepa, full of plates and items I'd never come across before. I'm a vegetarian so I didn't try the cazón, a small shark species, but it is an option for the adventurous eater. This was my first visit to Doña Arepa, so I ordered my standard Venezuelan favorites: tequeños, arepas, and cachapas. Cheese is the common ingredient in these three items, and Doña Arepa knows her queso. I was able to try queso Guayanés and queso de mano and found both to be very delicious and unique Venezuelan varieties of queso fresco. I will definitely be back to try some of the other offerings after this memorable initial tasting. The food is very affordable and lunch specials are available. You can also find cerveza Polar and a fun assortment of chocolates and candies from Venezuela at this 100% Venezolano establishment.

    (4)
  • Chino G.

    Their food was very good overall a bit pricy I think but overall it was authentic Venezuelan food. The restaurant is pretty small by the service was good

    (4)
  • Aquiles L.

    I come here whenever I'm in South Florida. You would never known it's there unless someone let you in on it. Consistently excellent in every regard. I always leave with a fully belly and a smile on my face.

    (5)
  • Alejandro F.

    I used to love this place. Last few times all I got was overcooked rice, salty black beans and cold shredded beef. Today I ordered cachapas and the cheese inside was almost invisible. Got to step it up , the Puerto Rican joint right next door is light years better now.

    (1)
  • Nicholas F.

    Excellent food and service. I told the server it was my first visit. Very helpful to explain the menu. I had the chicken soup & The Dona Arepa, their house special Arepa (pork,,cheese, tomato & avocado in a grilled Arepa). I finished up with flan & a cafe con leche. Very reasonably priced. Food was fresh, hot and delicious. A great neighborhood restaurant. Close your eyes, listen to the music and you're in Venezuela. Enjoy.....

    (5)
  • Barbara S.

    Venezuelan food!! Crossed off my bucket list and a new favorite. Of course I had to try an arepa...and obviously one of the specialty ones. I chose La Llanera - steak, cheese, avocados and I asked them to add jalapeños...as always, love that little kick! This arepa was sooooo yum! I added some of the avocado sauce, garlic sauce and hot sauce and voila! Perfection! I also had a side order of the fried yuca with garlic sauce - probably some of the best I've ever had. Crispy, hot and dense - just like fried yuca should be. My boyfriend got the breakfast special #3...it was good but nothing like my arepa...try it - you won't be disappointed!

    (5)
  • Adrian A.

    Great Venezuelan food, pleasant place and environment. Reminds me of back home... Definitely coming back

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :10:00 am - 4:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

Doña Arepa

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