Not only Venezuelan food is present in Caracas. As a cosmopolitan city, international food abounds.
A mix of cuisines.
Venezuela's capital has received a tremendous amount of immigration from abroad as well as arrivals from all over the country itself, and so Caracas is rich in regional and global cuisines including Spanish, French, Mexican, Italian, and Asian (the Spanish influence is especially notable, and particularly in the neighbourhood of La Candelaria, a great area if you like tapas). In the bakeries and pastry shops, too, you'll find many international sweets, including Spain's ensaimadas, milhojas, and turrón, as well as the likes of Italian cannoli; to accompany these treats, nothing better than a tasty cup of expresso or café marrón (latte).