So after living in Bogota for a little over a year, I decided to check this place out considering my wife absolutely loves Mr. Cepeda's music. We went on a Sunday afternoon - the place was winding down from the lunch crowd. As other have mentioned, it is a bit far outside the city (maybe 30-45 minutes), If you take the Via Calera towards Sopo, you really can't miss it - I don't know why so many do - there is a large sign on the ground to guide you.
The food is no more spectacular that going to an Outback Steakhouse or Fridays. It has quite a mix of different foods and attempts to hit on Caribbean-Colombian fusion specialties. There were plenty of patacon dishes, ropa vieja, with a mix of muchacho relleno and coconut battered shrimp - I have had better at Red Lobster.
The restaurant is set up like a spacious TGI Fridays with an array hodge podge of Hawaiin, Caribbean and Colombian decor. Really, it seems like it is searching for a bit of identity. As with most restaurants in Colombia, the service was terrible, and the place was only half full.I waited 25 minutes to get a second drink, and then 30 minutes after the meal for them to remove the plates and see if we wanted dessert. I was not impressed.
While it has a nice view from the "dry dock" (basically a big long pier-like contraption built on a hill that overlooks the rolling hills that surround the area), the service and food may have you yearning for more. Then again, if Andres actually shows up and jams a bit while you eat, it could be worth it.
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