Our party had the typical Colombian dishes: arepa (a type of tortilla) with shrimp and squid; pisa'o mixte served on a dish made of plantains, and the arepa with beef which was very chewy -- beef is not a specialty here. Everything was delicious (the beef tasted good) and the beer was cold. We had dinner in the back of the restaurant, which is hotter that the tables facing the square. Dinner for four came to $50.
Note: When we went back a second time for a coffee in the afternoon, the cappucino was excellent, but the regular black coffee was undrinkable--it tasted like soap. When we pointed out the terrible taste, they did nothing to correct the situation. It put a damper on our original positive feelings about the place.
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