We sought out El Boliche after reading great reviews about its ceviche. It did not disappoint.
The restaurant is tiny and reminded us of a small sushi restaurant in its setup. The menu included a variety of ceviche offerings. My wife, who is not a ceviche fan, selected congrejo (crab) empanadas and was very pleased. I had a Cartagena style ceviche, and it was superb. The seafood was very fresh, tasty, and perfectly prepared. The portion was not huge but did not leave me hungry. Service, as we generally came to expect of restaurants in Cartagena, was excellent. Friendly, attentive, and very accommodating of our limited Spanish. Although this may have been the best of many ceviches I had in Cartagena, it also struck me as the priciest. There were a few spots that I had really good ceviche for a bit less. Nevertheless, I left El Boliche hoping for a return visit.
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