We wanted to try something other than Amish fare so we opted for dinner at this Columbian Restaurant. The table setting was very nice, with double linen table cloths and table set nicely. However, the ambience of the restaurant itself leaves something to be desired. The service was good and Arturo was attentive. No liquor license, so its BYOB, which we knew about beforehand and they do not charge an uncorking fee.
The empanadas (Columbian meat pies) for an appetizer were delicious with the added spicy salsa. We tried both the beef and the chicken. I preferred the chicken. It was tastier than the beef and more moist. Our entrees were the Cam Arones al Ajello - shrimp in a creamy, garlic butter sauce, that came with rice, green fried mashed plaintain patties and coleslaw(shredded cabbage, carrots and cilantro in a light dressing), which was very good. And the traditional Columbian dinner(Bandeja Paisa), consisting of a very thin tough piece of steak with a fried egg on top, chorizo homemade sausage, which was delicious and accompaniments. The chorizo sausage should be listed as an entrée by itself with the side dishes. Perhaps if they tweak the menu a bit and add some attractive wall hangings, they would do better.
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