AUTHENTIC
VENEZUELAN STREET FOOD

Cachapa - Hero Image.jpg
 
 

offering New Yorkers a taste of Venezuela’s most iconic dishes.

Cachapas y Mas is a family owned and operated restaurant dedicated to serving fresh, traditional Venezuelan staples in a warm and casual setting. Since 2008, we have made it our mission to offer New Yorkers a taste of Venezuela’s most iconic dishes. We take pride in our unique Venezuelan street food menu - think buns made out of fried plantains filled with slow roasted pork and sweet corn pancakes filled with mouthwatering Venezuelan cheese.

 
 

Our Favorites —

 
 

CACHAPAS

Sweet corn pancake.

Cachapa 2.jpg

PATACONES

Smashed green plantain.

Yoyo.jpg

AREPAS

Traditional cornmeal cake.

Arepa.jpg.png

TACUCHOS

Venezuelan style burrito.

Tacucho.jpg

YOYOS

Sweet plantain sandwich.

Patacone 1.jpg

PEPITOS

Venezuelan style sandwich.

Pepito.jpg
Photo Jul 30, 1 35 12 PM.jpg
 
Inwood has a magnificent collection of cafes selling stuffed arepas and other street snacks. Cachapas y Mas is one of the best, a gleaming fast food spot done up in garish shades of orange and green with a dancing ear of corn as its mascot.
— Eater
Cachapas are the star of the show here, but the fast-food-style fried arepas are worth a try, too.
— Grub Street
If you haven’t discovered the Venezuelan versions of the sandwich, a visit to Cachapas y Mas is a must.
— New York Daily News
The version served at Cachapas y Mas is about as big as a hubcap, and comes folded over such ingredients as roast pork, chorizo, grilled chicken, and shredded beef. We almost always get a side of yoyos too, twin slices of plantain smooshed with cheese, dipped in egg, and fried.
— CBS New York