It might seem a little weird that I'm about to recommend that you go to a Swiss restaurant in Venezuela, but one of the characteristics of multiculturalism in this country is that you can find restaurant "authentic" in many countries. In my small Swiss fondue you can have a top quality, plus crepes, and other specialties such as carpaccio of brie fondue dessert nutella or creme brulee, similar to crème brûlée.
El Hatillo is where you can enjoy this traditional Creole candy store that has endless varieties of sweets. The ones that stood out to me were the marshmallows, kisses, canned coconut, coconuts, the cassave naiboas stuffed with cheese and a separate point are custards and multiple cheeses and fruits, milk, pineapple, orange, guava, guava and coconut. Bejarana cake is made with ripe plantains, and the bienmesabe is a delicious coconut cream with frosting the flavor of sweet wine or brandy and cinnamon aroma. Come on, if you go to eat at El Hatillo and don't leave room for dessert you'll regret it forever.
Blue Moon is a chocolate shop that features items that are 100% handmade. It is run by its owner, a leading Danish woman who has been living in Venezuela for several years and it says that the cocoa in this country is the best in the world. The place is small but cozy, and the main attraction is on counter. Here you will find more 25 different types of chocolates, candies and truffles and exotic combinations such as lavender and honey, hot pepper with lemon, wasabi with black sesame and curry with coconut.
Das Pastelhaus is a two-story pizzeria with a pretty terrace, and most importantly, a wood-fired oven that has pizzas coming out of it crisp and in creative combinations also, such as cream pizzas. The desserts are a credit to its original name in German, La Patisserie, and we highly recommend the cheesecake and chocolate Montego, own specialty.
El Hatillo is a little bubble of peace in the hustle and bustle of Caracas, an area full of charming restaurants. This is one of the most modern restaurants. The chef, Felicia Santana, is responsible for the menu which includes innovative Venezuelan food. The cozy atmosphere is very appealing by day or for a romantic night, with soft lighting and candles.
In this cafe , you will find the Italian couple made up of Monica Serrano and her husband Andrea, who offer the best of Italy in two products- coffee and ice cream. You can also find panetone filled with ice cream in several flavors such as Nutella or hazelnut. A real treat to end an evening at the Hatillo.
La Gorda Restaurant is a traditional Venezuelan food place. It's Creole style and quite economical. The Verea family has run it for more than 25 years and The roasted black, boiled chicken, and homemade sweets are recommended.
This place has the best coffee in Caracas! It's also cozy and offers excellent service and the new terrace with fireplace and all is to die for! It is simply stunning to bring the couple or family, crafts incomparable, is indeed an oasis in this troubled city, highly recommend.
Let me begin by pointing out that my favorite dessert is arroz con leche (or, rice pudding) and in this restaurant in El Hatillo, I discovered some absolutely delicious arroz con leche. They even had it in different flavors, including: Caramel, Tres Leches, and Nutella. They also have some delicious cakes, such as the sky tocinillo asked my boyfriend spectacular. The site is super cozy and complete the whole experience excellent quality of service. In short, highly recommended when you want to eat some delicious desserts.