As usually good service, is been for many years the prefered place for many Tried the coconut rissoto, wonderful
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Expensive restaurant compare to others in Cartagena. But, the food is excellent with sea food specialty, ask for the daily specials and ask for the coconut plate for the desert.
With a cool and well-heeled crowd constantly filling the space this restaurant could rest on its laurels and charge a lot of money and go through the motions. It is a bit of a scene so I would not be shocked if the food were...More
We recently visited Cartagena and this restaurant was highly recommended. Once were in there the band playing old favorites and the decor made us feel right at home. It went down hill from there as we had an 8 PM reservation for 2, but weren't...More
Spectacular restaurant, with the exact colonial feel that we were looking for: long bar, tiled floor, plenty of ceiling fans, and a corner filled with bongos, piano and microphones. Highly recommend the cerviche and jerk chicken.
Besides the wall of the old city of Cartagena, a soberly decorated ambience resembling to the dot the fresh floors, walls, windows, windowpanes of the caribbean households circa 50's and 60's, creating a vintage atmosphere enriched by the presence of a cuban music quartet with...More
La Vitrola is an elegant old school restaurant that still does the classics perfectly and new dishes in a way that is fresh and interesting. As you will surely know from reading these reviews, they do have a dress policy, but it's not a very...More
La Vitrola is in a beautiful colonial building a bit away from the center of Cartagena. Our waitress Maria had a beautiful smile which she wore all night, and she was very helpful in giving us suggestions and explanations on the wines and dishes. She...More
We went in for dinner with a reservation. Everything started fine, had some great drinks and a pretty good ceviche dish as a starter. And then we waited for our main course and watched as all the other tables around us, tables that had sat...More
We made a reservation through our hotel. We were a group of 21 (including 5 children ages 11-7). When we arrived literally they denied us the entrances since they don’t accept kids. Their explanation was that our hotel should know that they have this policy.