At Amaize, we want to share our passion for Arepas with the world and we are excited to help you discover your personal favorites. We want you to feel inspired to experiment with flavors to create an Arepa that delights you.
Arepas have been enjoyed by cultures for hundreds of years—especially in Latin America—and can be paired with a variety of fillings and toppings. Healthy and versatile, Arepas are easily customized according to your tastes.
3887 NW 107th Ave #101,Doral, FL 33178
Delicious! The food is exquisite and the service wonderful too. Not sure if the whole team is great but Stephan was wonderful. Taught me a bit about the different cheeses and I was able to have a small taste too. When looking for a good place food quality and most of all service of what I look for. This place has it all!
Amazing, the place was very clean, the food came out quick and wasn't bad. So why the 3 star review? To be fair if could give them 3.5 stars I would but pushing it up to 4 stars didn't seem accurate. Unfortunately, the food, while fresh felt like it was missing something. I had the mechado arepa and it fell apart right away. The arepa seamed to be overstuffed but majority of the filling was beans, which added to the messiness. Also the arepa seamed to be to thin to support the filling. The restaurant itself was very clean and the short line moved very fast. As soon as you walk in the restaurant you are greeted by a friendly host waiting to take your order. While this system is somewhat fast, it's kind of difficult to know what you want if you've never been. Overall, it was a good experience and I would eat there again if I was in the area.
This place is great!!!.. Very clean, food was excellent!!, The staff very friendly!!... I highly recommend it!!!...We have been craving arepas for a while and someone told me about it...I will go back!!!!
Put this on my hit-list awhile ago. Finally got to go in and check it out. We got there and the place was mostly empty. Must have been during an off time. No complaints from me though... more places to sit and eat and less line to stand in. The menu is on the wall behind the kitchen area. There are also menus at the front of the would-be line. The walls were adorned with all things corn, PAN must be a sponsor. A TV was playing a loop on how to make Arepas.