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Arepa de huevo in So Fla?

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mrotmd Oct 29, 2011 09:09 PM

There are many Colombian restaurants in the tri-county area, however the menus are very similar. Anyone knows of a restaurant asking the typical cartagenean "arep'e huevo". It is doable at home, but all this frying makes the kitchen unpleasantly smelly.

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    mialebven Oct 31, 2011 07:04 AM

    I've seen them at both Pan de Bono bakery on SW 8th and Palmetto (826) and also in Los Balkanes bakery in Miami Lakes just south of the Palmetto on 57th Ave (Red Rd). I do not know of a restaurant offering them though, only bakeries.

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      claudia12 Nov 2, 2011 07:21 AM

      La Estacion in Brickell! It's on Brickell Ave and around 15th or so..right across from Deli Lane..They have sancocho, carimañolas, pasteles, everything you can think of

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      1390 Brickell Ave Ste 102, Miami, FL 33131

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