Two South American heritages (Venezuelan and Paraguayan) blend into one delicious cuisine at Karu, which translates to “eat” in Guaraní, the language of Paraguay. Zuny Llano, an architect who designed the spare, modern interior, is from there, while her husband, Augusto Acevedo, comes from Caracas, Venezuela. They meld their heritages through the menu and have several family members on staff to cook and serve both sides. Standouts include crisp Paraguayan empanadas and luscious Venezuelan arepas filled with shredded chicken, vegetables or black beans and cheese, among multiple other choices.
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