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Peter’s Panas is at Sparkle in The Park

Updated: Jan 10, 2023

What is Sparkle in The Park?

Sparkle in the Park, is back for a third year this Christmas, and it’s set to take over a brand-new location in Well Hall Pleasaunce.

From 1 to 4 December, Well Hall Pleasaunce will be transformed into an enchanted winter wonderland for Royal Greenwich residents to enjoy.

What can you expect to see at Sparkle in The Park?

Explore the gardens, moat and courtyards of this unique location under a stunning display of lights, while little ones get stuck into the magical Kids’ Trail, kindly sponsored by Eltham Escape Rooms.

Tickets to the free event will be available through Eventbrite. More details on tickets and planning your visit will be available closer to the event.

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What can I eat at Sparkle in the Park?

As you know, Peter's Panas is one of the local favourites street food joints / food trucks / restaurant of South East London. As Peter's Panas grows, we are committed to offer the best Latin Food of The Royal of Greenwich in their biggest Christmas event Sparkle in The Park. We will be serving our London famous Arepas & Tequeños to all event visitors, and provide the quality services and friendly environment as we always do.

Is Peter's Panas still available via UberEats during Sparkle in The Park?

Of course! Our kitchen will be open to still serve Greenwich via UberEats! Don't forget to use the Code PETERSPANAS50 for 50% off on your order!

What is Venezuelan Food?

At Peter's Panas, we make deep-fried arepas that can be filled with a wide variety of ingredients, including beef, chicken, avocado, plantains, and many more. Arepas can be eaten with almost any filling of your choice. They are available to eat practically everywhere in Venezuela. Arepas are a versatile food that may be consumed during every meal.

Can you describe what is an arepa?

The food known as an arepa began in Venezuela and has subsequently expanded to other American nations. It is a circular, flat cake prepared with cornmeal dough that is fried on fryer or cooked on a griddle.

Salt, water, and masa harina or corn flour from Harina P.A.N are used to make the dough. A tiny amount of vegetable oil is added to the dough after it has been well combined and kneaded before it is formed into a circle or rounds. Depending on how much filling you wish to put inside each arepa, it will vary in size.

Arepas can be filled with nearly any type of food; at Peter's Panas, we deep-fry them so you can eat them with meat, chicken, avocado, plantains, and a variety of other things. They are available to eat practically everywhere in Venezuela. Arepas can be consumed for breakfast, lunch, supper, or as a snack.

Arepas found a new home in London by Peter's Panas

What immediately springs to mind when you consider Venezuela? Perhaps it's the country's breathtaking natural surroundings or its thriving urban environment. However, arepas are frequently the first food that people think of.

The recipe for arepas dates all the way back to pre-Columbian times, joining a long series of bread-like foods. They can be eaten with nearly any filling of your choice and are made from ground corn and water. At Peter's Panas, our deep-fried tortillas come with a variety of fillings, including beef, chicken, avocado, plantains, and more. They are available to eat practically everywhere in Venezuela. Arepas can be had for breakfast, lunch, a snack, or dinner, and people of all socioeconomic levels consume them.


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