A Budare is a kind of a griddle, similar to a comal but it is made from stone, clay or steel, and it is used to cook a variety of breads. In Venezuela it is used to cook Cachapas, Arepas and more. This restaurant is in Brickell, Miami. Opens late on the weekends.
It describes itself as “an informal spot for arepas & other traditional Venezuelan entrees plus burgers & seafood dishes.”
I describe it as the favorite of all Venezuelans in the Brickell/Downtown area. Best. Tequeños. Ever.
Casual dining for arepas and other Venezuelan fare made with charcoal-grilled meats plus burgers too.