A Venezuelan restaurant with picture-perfect eats.
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Food: Simple, soulful and uncompromising.
1. Jeff said... on Jul 15, 2009 at 08:48AM
“Dang that looks good”
2. Fran said... on Jul 15, 2009 at 12:00PM
“I love this article. It covers history of the owners, and Venezuelan food tradition.Also the passion of Rob and Judith when it comes to food and health.”
3. James said... on Jul 15, 2009 at 02:19PM
“I love Sazon because it has so much to offer. To start you order a fresh fruit juice (nothing out of a can or bottle beats them) then if you are a food traveler (the kind of person who has been in every ethnic restaurant) you can try the arepas or empanadas to get Venezuela's traditional flavors. Looking for a better-than-the original versions? Try pepito (Caracas cheesesteak) or the burgers. Want to impress your girl on a date night? Can't go wrong with the dinner dishes and their variety (vegeterian, meat, chicken, fish).Finally the desserts and specially the chocolates (hot or truffles). They are a life changing experience, not for the faint of heart and certainly better than anything on this side of the pond. So stop picturing it and get there.”
4. Dan said... on Jul 20, 2009 at 10:08PM
“Sazon is must-eat.”
5. B said... on Jul 22, 2009 at 11:13PM
“Beautiful review. Sazon is hands down my favorite restaurant in Philly. I could eat there all day--everything I've had there is fantastic and the hot chocolate is heavenly.”
Judy Suzarra-Campbell makes arepas like her grandmother made them: fluffy and kernel-flecked, grilled, split like an English muffin and filled with delicious sandwich makings.
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