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The entrance to this café is through the basement of the Ateneo. The style is modern and lighting is provided by a skylight. This establishment is part of a group of eateries linked to cultural centers. The menu changes every day, there are two choices of starters, four main courses with three side dishes and dessert. Some of the recommended dishes on offer are smoked dorado, chicken kebabs marinated in garlic and fruit or the traditional "black roast." The drink menu consists of juices, fizzy drinks, beer or wine.
Hidden away in La Candelaria, El Pescado can be found on Avenida Victoria. The blink-and-miss eatery is quite popular for its delicious range of pizzas. Moderately priced, these tasty and savory pies bring a wide demographic of patrons in droves! Top picks here include the signature La Capresa. Apart the usual meat, poultry and seafood toppings, El Pescado also serves all vegetarian toppings. Freshly made, using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, the offerings at El Pescado will keep you coming back for more.
Fuente de Soda Restaurante Good Food is a local favorite with delicious locally prepared food. The patio seating is ideal for a sunny brunch or even an evening snack. Local delicacies like Empanadas are well-liked by patrons here.
Located a short drive away from the El Avila National Park, Rey David is a diner which specializes in breakfast and lunch dishes. On summer days, you can sit out in the patio, sip some chilled beer and people-watch. In winters, the diner is full of Christmas cheer. The fare consists of a hearty, steady flow of classics like pastas, pizzas, sandwiches and so on.
Stop by Il Sapore della Nonna for thin crust pizzas heaped with delicious toppings. While this humble restaurant's fresh and delicious pizzas are worthy of rave reviews, their pasta and entrees are just as popular and bursting with authentic flavor. Try the Ravioli di Angelo if you're in the mood for a heartier meal, or share a pizza with friends. The restaurant itself is a bright and friendly place, where you are sure to feel at home.
Pincho Pan is a fine place to stop by to sample delicious Middle Eastern cuisine and genuine hospitality. While the restaurant is best known for its scrumptious beef and chicken shawarmas, on the menu you will also find falafels, creamed eggplant, hummus, salads, and rich desserts like Baklava and Corona de Rey, each as delicious and exotic as the last. The service is friendly and the portions are large enough to satisfy even the most ravenous appetites. Located as it is within walking distance from the campus of the Universidad Central de Venezuela, the restaurant does tend to get quite crowded at meal times, so be sure to arrive early.