I’ve tried arepas from different countries but the Colombian arepas are the best. Especially the chocolo ones — made with sweet corn. Then filled with white cheese. Addicting is an understatement. Obsession, yes. How many times have I eaten them? At least once a week. Lookie… each picture is unique and taken at different visits.
Did I mention they’re made in-house fresh daily?
Other notable items on the menu? The Bandeja Paisa is a good way to sample a bunch of things. If there’s one thing you need to finish off on the huge plate, it’s gotta be the crispy fried pork belly. Pork. Fried. Enough said. For a more savory arepa, try the Pechuga de Pollo En Salsa De Champiñones filled with delicious stir-fried meat and mushrooms. Or go for the Carne Asada Cerdo that comes with grilled pork atop a regular arepa oozing with melted chees.
Discover the arepa flavor you like. Go. Now.
Menu pics here.
Las Arepas de Julia
4044 Lawrenceville Hwy
Lilburn, GA 30047