Being a native venezuelan, when i came to boston i looked for a venezuelan restaurant. the old la casa de pedro restaurant used to be an excellent place (main street). However, the new restaurant has completely forgotten its roots and become more like a commercial diner rather than a gourmet restaurant. the service was aweful, it took 20 min to anybody to come to our table and bring water (which they never refilled), another 10 min for someone to take our order (even our drinks), and about 45 min to get our food. I was extremely disappointed that the waitress didnt know anything about the menu and that being a latina american restaurant the service staff did not speak spanish well at all. we ordered arepas and empenadas. The arepas were cold, hard and the avocado was already black, the empanadas havenothing to do with the REAL venezuelan empanadas. my entries -the carne asada was extremely overcooked, the beans and rice were cold and uncooked, and the pabellon criollo was so so. moreover, the dessert selection was very poor. in conclusion, not only is this a venezuelan restaurant anymore, it appears the place has lost the touch with the costumers, it has become like any other fast food restauraants with bad service.
Pros: nice place with plenty table
Cons: bad service, bad food, and extremely overpriced for the quality of the food