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We ordered the meze plate and steak with pepper sauce.
If you love pepper sauce on your steak, you will love this one. Creamy but still with a little peppery heat. Perfect. It was served with rice, patacone & salad. The salad was also nicely...More
Soooo, an Englishman in Colombia, rocks up to Villa de Leyva New Years Eve -not quite realising what this means for the town in terms of visitors!- and manages through sheer fluke to end up sitting in the (shared) courtyard (great idea!!) of this restaurant....More
In the heart of Villa de Leyva inside Casa Quintero you can find Zarina restaurant. A place were the nice, well prepared food, will make your visit to the beatiful villa an even better experience.
The bass ceviche is very nice, the mixed arabic dish...More
You can really taste that this is a family that takes much joy in sharing recipes handed down from generation to generation.
Four of us shared twp mixed platters and found the quality to ve very good, the portions to be appropriate and the welcome...More
Worst experience of my weekend in Villa de Leyva. We ordered the Vegetarian Plate, priced at $32,000. Plain white rice, lettuce/cucumber/sprouts, jarred mushrooms, and two flavorless and burned falafels, a tiny eggroll (how does that fit with Mediterranean), and a sour spinach empanada. No tabulleh,...More