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4.5 based on 183 reviews
Winner of "Quindío sabor y descanso" award with its traditional "cazuela cuyabra", if you want to enjoy the best typical food and seasoning Rancho Eden restaurant has everything you want.
Ambiance was very nice food was good but not great. The Solomo Balsámico and Langostinos al Ajillo were the best of the meals that we ordered. The Punta Ancha, Salmon a la Parilla and Tongue were quite ordinary. Kids also ordered chocolate milk that seemed to have little chocolate though they did improve on it when we asked for it to be redone. We went on a rainy night so did not have the option to use all the facilities on offer for the kids. All in all a nice place.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
This is a beautifully designed comfortable restaurant, very upscale for the area. Food is well prepared and portions are large. Very welcoming staff and excellent service. Although we were there at night, you could see that the daytime view from the outdoor patio would be spectacular. Easy to recommend.
4 based on 363 reviews
We came to this restaurant twice once for lunch then for dinner. Both times we were served by different stuff and all the time there was a lot of mess from poorly trained staff.
Food selection is absolutely on guests as the staff has miserable idea what is good on offer, rather push to take the most expensive items from the lists.
Wine selection is chaotic, staff has no idea about types of wine they offer and any wine matching is just out of question.
After you order your food and finally you get it, nobody is interested whether you like the for or not. At the end of the meal you might wait for ages for the waiter to approach you again and get the bill.
4.5 based on 250 reviews
I have visited this restaurant three times since returning to Armenia. I have had the sandwiches, trout and salmon dinners, soups and the excellent key lime pie. Also, I purchases my coffee and cookies here as the price is 1,000 to 3,000 less than the mercados. Also, a good wine selection.
5 based on 38 reviews
FIRST. THIS CAFE IN NOT IN FRONT OF MACAWA PLAZA OR HOTEL.It is located on the street directly behind the Hotel Armenia.Walk down street between Hotel Armenia and Cafe Quinido and around corner and cafe Fika is in the plaza.
Good selection of coffee, sandwiches and postres.Nice Seating outside to see plaza and parque across street. Good spot to watch people walking past.
I enjoyed two coffees, Narino and Huila. I also had the Hawaino Sandwich, pina, queso blanco, jamon.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
We went there with Pax 4 and were all very disappointed. While the views from the restaurant are beautiful, service and quality of the food were unacceptable. We had a family lunch and after being seated had to wait for 10 minutes for a waiter to show up. The restaurant was not even half full. After 10 minutes the waiter finally took our drin order and then disappeared again. It took them 20 minutes to prepare three juices and one lemonade. Being frustrated over the long wait for the drinks we called the waiter several times to take the food order which eventually was taken and was served after another 45 minutes wait. The food was average at best with the Peruvian ceviche probably being your best choice. In summary we would not recommend this place to be visited.
4 based on 82 reviews
This restaurant opened a few months ago on a quiet street in the El Nogal barrio of Armenia. I've visited 4 times and enjoyed all my meals. The cuisine and atmosphere are way above the local norm. The place has about 10 tables in front in an airy open space and a few tables in the (full) bar area in back. Service is attentive and friendly. The menu is extensive, featuring meat, fresh seafood, pasta and pizza. Also some Puerto Rican specialties- chef is from the Island.
Daily specials have been outstanding. The pizzas are made by the pizza chef in front of you. They are thin crusted The Margarita pizza I had was outstanding. Place may be hard to find if you"re not very familiar with the city- call ahead.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Cute little town not far from Parque del Cafe. Restaurant is cute, non-descript from the outside. They know how to make arepas. Stuffed with a variety of meats, veggies and cheese, they are perfectly made. Sauces that accompany the food are savory and nicely prepared. Open windows. On a nice little street. Worth a visit.
5 based on 79 reviews
Yes, the coffee is spectacular--espresso, Americano, cold-brewed, and even "farmer's coffee" with panela, cinnamon, and a clove. Yes, this is the real superior Colombian coffee, the kind you won't find in Juan Valdez or Oma. Yes, the banana cake filled with guava is spectacular. Yes, the fruit juices and limonade de coco are beyond fresh. Yes, sitting in the open window of the Cafe de Altura on a breezy corner is an excellent way to watch the life of Quimbaya pass by. But it is the sparkling atmosphere of the shop and friendly welcome of Alejandra (who speaks excellent English) that made our family of 4 visit twice--once after a tour of the Finca de la Vieja with Alejandra's twin brother Santiago, and a second time for a final espresso before leaving coffee country.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
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I was a glad surprise to me when I met there difference alternative processing methods to create some product differentiation: Honey, yellow honey and natural bean coffees to sell plus a batch of coffee in auction from a small fee by lb.thanks for your comment , it is very important to us.
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