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This was kind of like eating at a cool aunt's house. Smallish, casual, charming dining room. The food was solid. Perfectly balanced fish ceviche. I had the coconut based fish & shrimp soup. I had the half size, which was perfect. Any more would've been...More
Good traditional food. However, judging by the price it doesn’t offer something much better than in other traditional cheaper places. Also the place is not well maintained. It is not a bad restaurant but not worth the money.
This restaurant was recommended to us by a nearby cafe owner.... Just as well as we would have walked by as its externsl view is very understated. Not many tables but all were full by 12.30 with mainly well heeled Colombians. The menu was quite...More
We came to this restaurant twice in a week, and I wish we went more than that. It was the best food we ate in Colombia. There are so many more dishes I want to try. It's that restaurant that I am still dreaming about....More
The story behind the restaurant is interesting and it is in an interesting neighborhood. We had mixed success with the dishes that we ordered. The mote de queso is an acquired taste. The boronia was good.
Went for lunch with three others and we all enjoyed. Quaint space with a chalkboard menu. Service was attentive. Not sure if they spoke English but we worked it out. Food had more of a fall/winter feel - wouldn't describe it as refreshing, but each...More
This is possibly the best food I’ve ever had. Suggestion: Get two dishes, the fried fish and the Sopa Caribe. Your taste buds will be forever thankful. This place was so good we went twice; something I almost never do when on vacation. And it’ll...More