Discover the best restaurant in Boyaca, Colombia including Zarina, La Galleta Pasteleria Cafe, La Waffleria De La VIlla, Astral - Taller de Pan Artesanal, Mercado Municipal, Pasteleria Francesa, Chez Remy, La Milhoja Bakery & Coffee Shop, Santa Lucia Pizzeria Gelateria Cafe, Sybarita Caffe
Things to do in Boyaca
4.5 based on 115 reviews
I apologise for the reason we were there; it was raining cats and dogs and this was the closest refuge but thank God for the rain!!! Offers a fine range on the menu, we went Middle and Far eastern in our choice, an Arab mixta followed by the Pollo de Curry and Lomo Thai (chicken curry and pork thai style) and the flavours were to die for!!! We visit Villa da Leyva on a monthly basis so will be there again in the very near future.
4.5 based on 434 reviews
Excellent variety of freshly made desserts. Good coffee, and prices are relatively ok.
We visited this place 3times while vacationing in Villa de Leyva.
But besides the excellent pastries qualities, the staff need to be a little more friendly ,to smile, and get a little more understanding about the many possibilities of serving coffee.
4.5 based on 343 reviews
The emotional factor: I decided to have a belated birthday 'cake', and I was alone (not the most Latin thing to do, right?), so I chose the Wafflería. Best choice! the place is gorgeous, and it has beautirul and comfortable furtiture. The service is great; all the waiters are ready to serve you, paying attention to then they should removed the dishes or offer something else, without being obtrusive. There is a lvie music show with a very talented singer. The place is apt for families, couples, and groups of friends. I ordered a waffle with fruit, oreo cookies, and some incredible mango syrup which happened to include mint, so it was very refreshing! Highly recommendable!
Just beware: waffles can be extremely sweet, so make sure you tell the waiter exactly how sweet or not you want your waffle. They'll make it work.
Definitely a place to go back to. They make you feel at home.
4.5 based on 81 reviews
4 based on 816 reviews
Slow food, wood fire ovens, rustic cuisine on a 1800 property with spectacular garden. Bakery, bar, child and dog friendly. Reservation required for high season
Restaurant try to present itself as unique, portions were small and overpriced.
Menu selection is very limited and they don't have menus in English.
Prices are high for what you get and compared to other excellent options in Villa de Leyva.
It was overrated. Very poor service!
4.5 based on 276 reviews
4.5 based on 181 reviews
Tradicional french cuisine with local ingredients. All the products in the menu are made in our kitchen (bread,noodles, ice-cream, smoked salmon, etc...).
Very nice restaurant located in the oldest house in la Villa!! Went for lunch with some friends that were in la Villa and wanted something different.
The food was very good and we had salads, crepes sarracin, a delicious potatoes and seafood dish, pasta for the youngest and wines by the glass. The service was a bit slow but we had time. Will go back to try more authentic french food! Tres Bon :-)
4.5 based on 128 reviews
Best milhoja with arequipe (dulce de leche) you can get. Pair it with Colombian coffee to make the perfect match. Small but cute ambience. A must to visit while at Villa de Leyva. Can't go wrong with any of their desserts.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
Stumbled on this location based on an excellent rating out of Bogota. What a hidden gem. Everything we had was delicious. The pizza, four cheese spaghetti and spaghetti with meat sauce. All the dishes were reasonably priced and the atmosphere was very nice. Get there early as this is a popular place or be willing to wait a little for an open table. Service is quick so tables open up reasonably fast.
The gelato was absolutely the best we've had in south america.
A must visit when in Villa de Leyva.
5 based on 144 reviews
Sybarita Caffee is a nice place that you can learn about Colombian Coffees and you can drink coffe from Huila, Narino, Sierra Neveda de Santa Marta, Tolima y Cauca. A good music, delicious cakes and friendly service.
Wonderful coffee here, especially if you want something more specialised.
Visted twice first time a v60 cold drip and a vacuum with the same Colombian beans resulting in 2 very different but delicious experiences
2nd time a mocca frappe - with the nice touch of choosing sweet or bitter chocolate and a grapefruit/espresso frappe. Unbelievable sour and super refreshing
Nice for a treat!
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