Discover Restaurants offering the best South American food in San Antonio de Pereira, Rionegro, including Bariloche Parrilla Argentina, Alamanga, Carmen, Ambrosia, Restaurante In Situ, Borneo, Restaurant Hatoviejo, San Carbon Parrilla - Bar, Paraiso Resto-Cafe, Restaurante Kuelap
4 based on 102 reviews
KUÃLAP restaurant is a traditional Peruvian cuisine restaurant situated in the center of the financial sector of Medellin Colombia - Milla de Oro, El Poblado. This cozy place presents an assortment of traditional Peruvian dishes among which, different veg
My boyfriend and I were yesterday in this cosy restaurant. This is not a big place but it has a great food and really friendly staff. I ordered Saltado G... It was really tasty. The Lemonade is amazing. 100% recommended. Thank you for your recommendation. As you mentioned, the Lomo Saltado is full of taste and, as all in KuÃ©lap, it is always prepared with the best ingredients. This dish has become one of our visitors' preferred along with the lemonade. We are glad that you had a chance to try and to enjoy a token of our Peruvian Cuisine.
5 based on 57 reviews
A friendly and cozy cafe that offers a variety of food choices that range from vegetarian plates to options for carnivores. We use high-quality local ingredients to create food and pastries that stand out and please the palate. Our beverage selection offe
It was a real pleasure to eat at ParaisoWhilst the range was limited we were very pleased with our 3 choices, the cafe was immaculately clean and the staff very friendlyWe ate in the evening and I was sorry we were leaving Medellin too early in the morning to go for breakfast
4 based on 525 reviews
I would recommend San Carbon for any occasion. The Staff were amazing, the food fantastic, and the live music made the night perfect.It is a little pricey, but well worth the extra expense for the ambience.We ordered Chinchalines, Churasco, rum, and wine. Every think was cooked to perfection.
4 based on 409 reviews
Our history dates more than 30 years ago, when Hatoviejo was established in front of the 5 star Intercontinental Hotel. We wanted to provide the city with a cozy atmosphere, full with paisa culture and offer guests the best of Colombia's traditional food
Serves real, traditional, local foods with quality. You can find "fast-food" style local food restaurant a lot in Colombia, but this one is authentic Colomiban foods.I enjoyed very much. If you stay in the city center of Medellin, this location is a little bit far. Maybe 20 minutes by UBER depending on the trafic. If you stay at Intercontinental Medellin, it is just across the street.
4 based on 107 reviews
we wanted to have a mid range meal in a comfortable environment, Borneo offered it. quiet central, well presented and not very expensive menu and friendly staffwe had a salmon and burguerissa with a salad and sweet potatoes. just what the doctors ordered Yum Yum.
4 based on 556 reviews
Inside the Botanical Garden, this lovely restaurant was a real surprise for us; it's elegant yet casual, medium-priced, great service and you feel like you are in the garden--indoor-outdoor setting. Did I mention excellent food? We had the watermelon salad, 2 soups (tomato better than onion), and more. Don't miss it! and the botanical garden is FREE!
5 based on 66 reviews
On Thursday November 26th, 2015 I visited this Italian restaurant named Ambrosia at Carrera 52 Calle 131 Sur 20 in Caldas, Antioquia, Colombia with my Spanish speaking girlfriend and her 18-year old daughter.With the red and white awning over the entrance and the cute little tables it had the appearance of an Italian restaurant. There were 2 4-tops inside and 2 small round tables on the patio that could seat 3 each. I was surprised the menu didnât include lasagna so I ordered the spaghetti Bolognese. The waitress informed us they didnât have any pasta. What? And this is supposed to be an Italian restaurant? I ordered their chicken Caesar salad, my girlfriend the chicken breast and her daughter the Filet Mignon. After 45 minutes they brought a fancy looking silver plate with 6 slices of Italian bread with olive oil dribbled on top. There was a jar of olive oil on the table so I added more to my 2 pieces. My girlfriendâs chicken arrived first but it was so white it didnât look cooked so I wasnât surprised when she sent it back. My chicken Caesar salad came next and it consisted of chunks, instead of the usual strips, of barely cooked chicken and lettuce without any sauce. I tried the two sauces on the table but it was still nothing special. I tried a piece of the filet mignon but it was a little chewy with no special taste. (Iâve always been leery of beef in Colombia â too chewy as my jaws arenât that strong â with the exception of ground beef.After everyone had finished eating they brought a decent sized piece of frosted cake for us to share. The owners came out separately and appeared to share some kind words with the Spanish speakers in our group. I paid 75,000 Colombian Pesos (about $25) for the lunch.This may be an Italian restaurant by Colombian small town standards but for a gringo like me this restaurant had a lot to be desired.Agradecemos sus comentarios con ellos trabajamos para mejorar , es bueno aclarar que nuestro restaurante es de comida chilena e internacional , aun que la apariencia del mismo sea Italiana, no tiene comida italiana. Esperando poderlo atender nuevamente. Un abrazo cÃ¡lido.
4 based on 1704 reviews
Great french food, easy parking, open ambience well ventilated, wonderful service and delicious desserts- i visited this restaurant for the first time to celebrate a relativeâs bday and truly was a very enjoyable experience- the appetizers and options of soups were delicious including the freshly cooked corn bread- the main dishes were totally out of this world and the desserts were espectacular- the service offered by Diana was extremely nice and very attentive to all our needs- prices were medium high and parking very easy-
5 based on 88 reviews
Alamanga is a local restaurant that offers a unique picnic style setting. We are a perfect place to share with the ones you love along with the best grill, Sangria, Roasting marshmellows and happiness.
PROS: My family brought me here for my b-day and I really enjoyed it. This isn't your typical Colombian restaurant. It's picnic style, so you sit on a blanket in a well-kept grassy area with an umbrella for shade.The food is chopped up and eaten with toothpicks. My two favorite items were the fried cheese and sausage. Had to order a second round of those.CONS: Sitting on the ground too long can get uncomfortable. And if there's no room for you under the shade, you could be in trouble on an extremely sunny day.Hello!, We really appreciate your review, we are glad to know that you had a good time and celebrated your birthday with us. We understand that, sometimes, spending a lot of time on a picnic cloth might get uncomfortable. As an alternative, we offer chairs near the picnic setting and we also have picnic-style tables in an indoor space. Thank you for letting us know why your experience was excellent and for making us notice some points that we can get better at.
4 based on 278 reviews
We went there for our last meal on a 2 1/2 month trip in Brazil and Colombia. The rib eye steak we had was hands-down the best grilled meat of the trip! It was cooked to perfection and generously sized. Colombian cooking levels for beef vary a bit to the less-cooked side. For example, my husband likes medium-rare in the US, but in Colombia, that was almost always rare and barely warm in the center. So order one level higher if doneness than you would normally like, and you get what you expect. Not being familiar with Colombian names for cuts of meat, the waiter asked us if preferred thick or thin cuts and helped us select using that information. A basket of garlic bread was served before the meal came and the sangria we ordered was tasty. The meal came with a salad and a choice of one side dish. Good service and we would happily return!
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