This Restaurant describes itself as a homage to the Negro culture, from the Kitchen, the Music and Design, and it works.
We went to Bonuar, on August 10th, for the first time, we had contacted to make a booking, but were told that for a couple, that was not necessary, so we turned up at 8pm and there was room, but not much, an hour later it was full, so I would be inclined to insist on a reservation.
The Restaurant itself is part of the building housing the Medellin Museum of Art, it is outside the City Centre, and you can safely park in the road outside.
The Service is excellent, the Staff friendly, but unobtrusive, they seem to read your mind, and appear when needed, which is the way I like it.
The menu is... well, you can see for yourself, as there is full menu on their website, the food was hot and very well presented, to complete, it also tasted excellent. There was no rushing between courses, which is unusual these days.
There was live music, with their in-house Quartet, in the Evening it is Blues, and even though there was not a negro amongst them, the Singer was convincing! At lunchtime there is Jazz.
You are not made to feel uncomfortable and that you have to leave once you have finished your meal, my Wife had asked when we first ordered, whether we would have to move once the meal was finished, as she wanted to listen to the music, and we were told to stay as long as we wanted... nice touch!
So would we return... I think I have answered that question, I have a feeling this will become a regular haunt, and would highly recommend it.
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