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Pollo Mechado Arepa

Corn flour Arepa Stuffed with 100% Shredded Chicken Breast

Gluten-Free

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$13.00 

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Pabellon Arepa

Corn flour Arepa Stuffed with Shredded Flank Steak, Black Beans, Fried Plantain, and Mozarella Cheese

Gluten-Free

From:

$13.00 

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Cheese Arepa

Corn flour Arepa Stuffed with Mozarella or Cheddar Cheese

Gluten-Free

From:

$8.00 

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Vegetarian Colombian Empanadas

For the vegetarian version of this Colombian Empanadas recipe, we added potatoes, spinach, and mushroom for the filling. Absolutely delicious

Gluten-Free

From:

$2.00

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Tequeños (Venezuelan Cheese Sticks)

Tequeños (Venezuelan Cheese Sticks)

From:

$3.50

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Patacones (Fried Green Plantain) With Cheese

Colombian-style fried green plantain accompanied by cheddar or mozzarella cheese

From:

$13.00

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La Catira Arepa

Corn flour Arepa Stuffed with 100% Shredded Chicken Breast and Cheddar Cheese

Gluten-Free

From:

$13.00 

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Carne Mechada Arepa

Corn flour Arepa Stuffed with 100% Shredded Flank Steak

Gluten-Free

From:

$13.00 

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Venezuelan Empanadas

Corn flour empanada Stuffed with Shredded Chicken, Shredded Flank Steak, and Cheese.

Gluten-Free

From:

$3.90

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Arepa Con Queso Y Bocadillo (with Cheese and Guava)

This is a very yummy combination of corn flour stuffed with mozzarella cheese and guava paste.

From:

$4.00

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Patacones (Fried Green Plantain) With Chicken

Colombian-style fried green plantain by shredded chicken breast

From:

$15.00

Chorizos

Colombian Chorizos

Chorizos are popular all around Colombia. We eat them normally with corn dumplings (Arepas) or we include them in other dishes like BANDEJA PAISA. They are not spicy

Sold by Package

From:

$12.00

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La Pelua Arepa

Corn flour Arepa Stuffed with Shredded Flank Steak and Cheddar Cheese

Gluten-Free

From:

$13.00 

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Domino Arepa

Corn flour Arepa Stuffed with Black Beans and Mozarella Cheese

Gluten-Free

From:

$10.00 

Colombian Empanadas

Colombian Empanadas

They are absolutely delicious. Usually are small and they just have potato and beef filling. 

Gluten-Free

From:

$2.00

Dulce de leche Churros

Dulce de leche Churros

Delicious churros stuffed with dulce de leche

From:

$2.50

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Patacones (Fried Green Plantain) With Beef

Colombian-style fried green plantain accompanied by shredded flank steak

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$15.00

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Arepa de Choclo / Cachapa 

(Sweet Corn Arepa)

Cachapa or Arepa de Choclo is a traditional dish fron Venezuelan and Colombian cusine. Like arepas, they are popular at roadside stands. They can be made like pancakes of fresh sweet corn dough.

Sold by Package of 3

 

From:

$6.50

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Colombian Style Stuffed Potatoes 

Colombian Style Stuffed Potatoes (Papas Rellenas Colombianas)

From:

$4.00

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Colombian Coffee and Specialty Drinks

Regular Coffee

Cappuccino

Mocaccino

Latte

Expresso

Americano

Ice Coffee

Hot Chocolate

Organic Tea

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$1.75 to $5.35

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Pastel de Guayaba (Guava Pastel) 

For those unfamiliar, Guava Pastel is a traditional Colombian dessert. Puff pastry in the shape of a pork rind with a soft, sweet, and delicious guava filling like a sandwish.

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$2.50 

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Chicken Noodle Soup (Sopa de Pollo y Pasta)

What’s better than a warm bowl of chicken soup when it’s cold outside and you don’t feel good? Nothing.

Sold out

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$0

Parrilla Mixta (Mixed Grill)

Parrilla Mixta

(Mixed Grill)

Parrilla Mixta is a dish that is served with grill chicken and beef. It also comes with fries and salad.

From:

$23.00

Shrimp Ceviche

Ceviche de Camaron

(Shrimp Ceviche)

Shrimp ceviche is a popular dish in Latin America. This way in which it is prepared in cafe Andes is special. The juicy shrimp is seasoned with chopped onion, coriander, lemon, ketchup, and, mayonnaise. It is accompanied by rice, French fries, and green salad.

From:

$22.00

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Pabellon Criollo

Venezuelan dish made of pulled beef, black beans, rice, egg, and fried plantains

From:

$18.00

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Venezuelan Hallacas

(FROZEN)

This is a brotherhood between Colombian and Venezuela that shares similar plates like these banana-leafed parcels are one of the national proud dishes in Venezuela as is the tamal in Colombia. They are usually eaten for breakfast or for the main course and usually accompanied by hot chocolate and bread. 

From:

$11.00

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Limonada con Panela

(Sugar Cane lemonade)

This is a freshy Colombian and Venezuelan drink. It's a mixture of lemon and sugar cane.

From:

$2.00

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Natilla Colombiana (Colombian-Style Pudding)

Natilla is a sweet custard that is traditionally served during Colombian Christmas gatherings. This is my own recipe made from scratch :).

This dessert is sold by advance order.   

6" around good for 8 persons

From:

$15.00

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Please check the Blog to know which soup we have every Saturday

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Cassava Pastel

Stuffed with ground beef, rice, and boiled egg

Sold Out

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$4.00

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Three Milks Cake

This cake is made with three layers: Cake, filling and topping. There are 4 types of milk (whole milk, condensed milk, evaporated milk, and heavy cream).

Three different flavour:

Vanilla

Strawberry

Coconut 

From:

$6.00 

Dulce de leche pastel

Dulce de Leche Pastel

Dulce de Leche Pastel is a traditional Colombian dessert that could be the sister of the Guava Pastel " Funny right! :) ". Puff pastry in the shape of a pork rind with a soft sweet, and delicious Dulce de Leche filling.

From:

$2.50 

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Sopa de Avena (Oatmeal Soup)

This Sopa de Avena is a very popular Colombian soup with healthy ingredients for the whole family.

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$0

Churrasco

Churrasco Andes

(Grilled Steak)

 

Grilled steak is a juicy dish that can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner. It is served with bacon and cheese on top of the steak, fries, and salad at the side.

From:

$26.00

Mar y Tierra

Mar y Tierra

(Grill Mix)

Mixed grill with beef, chicken, and seafood. It is accompanied by fries, and green salad.

From:

$28.00

Bistec a caballo

Bistec a Caballo

(Creole Steak on Horseback)

Bistec a Caballo is a traditional Colombian dish. It is basically a piece of steak with an egg on top of it. This combination is one of my favorite plus the red beans, rice, fries, and salad make it perfect for a great lunch.

From:

$19.00

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Colombian Tamales

(FROZEN)

These banana-leafed parcels are one of the national favorite dishes in Colombia. They are usually eaten for breakfast or for the main course and usually accompanied by hot chocolate and bread. This tamales recipe is my mom’s and they are delicious. Nobody makes them as good as my mother.

From:

$11.00

Asado Negro Venezolano

Asado Negro Venezolano (Venezuelan Black Beef Roast)

This Venezuelan Asado Negro (Black Beef Roast) is tender, flavorful, and perfect every time! The Round Roast is cooked in a flavorful wine broth and sugar cane until the beef is meltingly tender and divine. It is served with spinach rice, yellow plantain, and potato salad.

This Plate served only on Saturdays

From:

$22.00

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Pan De Jamon (Venezuelan Ham Bread)

Pan de Jamón (pronounced PAN de HAM-on) is a savory rolled bread that is a staple on Venezuelan tables during the December holiday season.

This bread is thought to have originated in 1905 in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, at Gustavo Ramella’s Bakery.

Gustavo was looking for a way to use up leftover pieces of holiday ham, so he rolled them in a soft and fluffy dough and baked it! The result was a savory, rolled bread that exploded in popularity.

As it grew in popularity, people began to make their own adaptions to the bread, and ham with olives and raisins became the most popular version.

This bread is sold by advance order.

From:

$25.00

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Bandeja Paisa (Paisa Platter)

Bandeja Paisa is probably the most popular Colombian dish, originally from the Andean region of the country where the people are called “Paisas”. Traditionally, Bandeja paisa includes beanswhite ricechicharrón, grounded beef, chorizo, fried egg, ripe plantain, avocado, and arepa,

From:

$22.00

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Chocoflan

(Impossible Cake)

Chocoflan Impossible Cake is a dense, rich chocolate cake stacked with creamy vanilla flan

From:

$5.00 

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Sancocho de Res (Beef Soup)

In Colombia, sancocho is a very special soup, as soon as you say that you're making it, everybody starts getting ready to sit at the table and share it with the rest of the family.

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$12.99

Colombian Buñuelos

Colombian Buñuelos (Cheese Fritters)

Colombian buñuelos are made with a mixture of cassava flour and cornstarch. The ratio of these two starches varies from house to house.

Cassava, tapioca or yuca, is a root very much used in South America. From this root, we get cassava flour or starch that has a similar texture to cornstarch and is a great option for gluten-free treats.

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$2.50

Sobrebarriga (Flank in Sauce)

Sobrebarriga en Salsa (Flank steak in Sauce)

Sobrebarriga en Salsa Criolla, or Colombian Flank Steak in Creole Sauce, is one of those special recipes that is often made in Colombia and that is very popular in the restaurants abroad. We serve it with boiled cassava, rice, and salad.

From:

$20.00

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Red Tilapia

Juicy fried Red Tilapia served with rice, salad, and tostones 

From:

$24.00

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Pollo Guisado (Colombian Ckicken Stew)

People who live or who have lived in Colombia know very well that any type of stew is welcome at any time of day and place. Stews are the type of food that we eat the most in Colombia, especially at lunchtime and we always serve them with a side of white rice and avocado. Every now and then we also serve them with a side salad, but that's only to not feel bad for the number of potatoes that it has!

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$17.00

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Salpicon/ Tizana

(Fruit Cocktail)

This is a very typical Colombian drink. It's a mixture of different chopped tropical fruits with a fizzy drink. Any fruit combination is possible according to the taste of each one, and any number of people can enjoy this drink.

From:

$6.00

Ancheta Navidena

Ancheta Navideña

(Christmas basket)

Perfect Christmas Gift Basket For Your Friends, Or Family to wish them "Merry Christmas". Also, it could be a present to let friends and family taste different Colombian products.   

We are sure your family and friends will love this gift

:)

Sold-Out

From:

$50.00

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Combos de desayunos (Breakfast Combos)

1* Huevos Pericos (Scrambled Eggs with Tomato and Onion), Arepa, cheese, and hot chocolate $15.00

2* Arepas Rellenas de Queso (Corn Cakes filled with Cheese), and hot chocolate $10.00

3* Calentado (Colombian Breakfast) (Beans, rice, eggs, and arepa. The rice and beans are mixed $15.00

4* Desayuno Criollo (Creole breakfast) 2 eggs, black beans, 1 arepa, ham, shredded steak, and cheese

$17.00

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