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Montmartre is full of surprises. After a walk on the hill, go down the stairs of Lamarck Caulaincourt, and go grab some of the best South American food in Paris at Bululu Arepera.

The specialty of this small Venezuelan-Colombian kitchen, opened two years ago and run by natives, is the arepa, a traditional South American dish, prepared and used much like bread made of corn. Mix it with cheese like the Colombians or with avocado and meat like the Venezuelans, and the bites will make you travel to South America for a few minutes.

bululu arepera, by the tourist in paris

And get yourself a Peruvian coffee con leche -with milk-, it is remarquable.

You can as well take the food away if you’re craving for some tasty good food to eat at your rental. Take your order by calling +33 1 42 54 96 25

A place cherished by the South American as well as American visitors, according to the manager. Staff is native as well.

When? Open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 12pm to 11pm and on Sundays from 12pm to 10pm

 

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When:
Wednesday to Sunday

Where: Bululu Arepera, Rue de la Fontaine du But, Paris, France
Metro: Lamarck Caulaincourt (Line 12, dark green line)