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Tepuy

Named after one of the most precious and unique mountains located in the middle of the Amazonian Jungle, Tepuy thrives on the idea of using simple and seasonal products, transforming their aromas, colors and textures in a walk through the richness and diversity of Venezuelan Flavors.  Tepuy was featured as one of “the best Venezuelan places to eat in NYC” in 2015 by Eater New York times.

 

Adriana Urbina

Born and raised in Caracas-Venezuela, Adriana started cooking at the early age of 12. She began her studies in Paris at Alan Ducasse's kitchen. Wide eyed, she returned to her home country and enrolled at Sumito Esteve's Culinary School. She worked in multiple fine-dining restaurants, including Martín Berasategui, Mugaritz, Rougue Tomate , Atera among others . Most recently she was the winner of the Food network's Competition "Chopped" .

Her love for food and heritage, drove her to start doing Tepuy, a series of pop-up dinners comprised by a tasting menu using seasonal products enhancing her favorite Venezuelan flavors.