The Restaurant offers Brunch on Saturdays/Sundays and Holidays from 8 am on. On Sunday and Holidays it's definitely recommanded to make reservation, ask for a table on the terraze. Inside the restaurant it's quite dark and more cozy for dinner.
The brunch buffets offers fresh fruit, nicely cut, fresh juices, a large varity of typical Colombian food with rice, beans, saugages etc, and of course the famous Arepa de choclo, homemade tamales and arepa de huevo. Also a station to order your eggs.
We paid 88.000 Pesos for 2 people, tip included, that means 45 Dollars in total, bit expensive for Colombia, but the variety is good and deserves to be called "brunch". What was missing were fresh croissants, though.
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