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Have you ever tried an arepa? This is a seriously delicious delicacy from South America which is made from corn flour and filled with a variety of toppings. It's disc shaped and can be eaten on its own or with a combination of fillings. It's primarily found in Venezuelan and Colombian cuisine but also in other northern regions of the continent. The great news is, there is a great spot in Dublin City where you can try it - Arepas Grill

Starting off as a street food stall at Eatyard in 2017, Arepas Grill opened their on South Richmond Street in 2020, with some appearances at a variety of festivals in the years in between. Their belief is to bring top quality Venezuelan cuisine to the Irish public with a fusion of flavours from neighboring countries.

Arepas are so versatile and suitable for many dishes and dietary requirements. They are naturally gluten free and dairy free and depending on the fillings, are suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

On Dublin Delish, Brian & Suzanne were very tempted by the choices on the menu. In Arepas Grill, they are filled with  the likes of shredded chicken, black beans, pork belly, avocado, cheese and loads more. The mini empanadas on the side are a must order too.

Dublin Delish: Try Out Venezuelan Food at Arepas Grill

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Dublin Delish on 98fm, thanks to Cully & Sully, Great Food & Soup-er conversation. 

Catch Russell Alford every Tuesday morning at 10:30 with Brian Dowling & Suzanne Kane and check out the real on 98fm's Instagram page.

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