Find out what Peruvian restaurants to try in Cali. The site of the 2013 World Games, Cali is the sporting epicenter of Colombia. Pristine golf courses and countless opportunities for adventure sports in local parks, mountains and deserts are a big draw. Cultural attractions in Cali reflect the area’s rich indigenous history and European influence. Visit an archaeological park to experience tombs, ruins and cave paintings, or celebrate with the locals at a cultural festival. Show off your salsa in a lively nightclub, then spend the next morning recovering with an aromatic cup of that famous Colombian coffee.
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4 based on 198 reviews
Without a doubt, I rate this restaurant as my favorite during my visit in Cali. The atmosphere is perfect, cozy and full of details. The food is exquisite, in each bite you will taste and discover new flavors! It is located in Barrio San Antonio which is a safe area when you are in Cali, at the opposite corner from the church at the San Antonio Park. The Chef went to my table two times asking if everything was ok and explaining about the ingredients in each dish, an excellent detail. The restaurant is truly beautiful, inside and outside. It is very important to make reservations. They open for lunch from 12:00 to 15:00 and then they open again for dinner from 19:00 to 23:00. I had an exquisite âsangriaâ. First class food quality! Zumaia will be the first restaurant I go to when returning to Cali. Medium range prices. Arount $18 per main dish.We truly thank you for your kind and most rewarding qualification. It is our purpose to work constantly towards a complete satisfaction of our dear customers and visitors. We look forward to see you again in the near future.
4 based on 101 reviews
The chaufa con mariscos was excellent. They brought hot sauce on the side since Colombians generally don't like things spicy. The fruit juices were also top notch. Nice atmosphere. Prices are around COP 30.000 to 36.000 per plate, so not cheap but commensurate with the quality of food and service. NOTE: I ate here on a Monday, even though other sites it says it's closed on Mondays.
4 based on 168 reviews
I used to visit this restaurant on a weekly basis, but over the years it has been on a rapid decline. I visited the restaurant a last time in December and I am never again visiting. Just a disclaimer, I have only ordered sushi and crepes and this restaurant and this review is based solely on that experience. When the restaurant first started serving sushi, I was the first client there and the sushi was so good I would go on a weekly basis. But over the years the quality of the sushi has declined a lot, and right now its terrible. The fish does not taste fresh, and most of the fish used does not feel like sushi quality fish. In addition the sushi rice is not good either. As for the crepes, I used to order them as a dessert, but now even those have declined in quality and you can just feel the icicles in the ice cream (hinting at cheap ice cream). But the food is not the worst part of the experience, the service is. The service when it first started was just average, but on my last visit it was unbearable. We were at the restaurant for over 3 hours, and it was not by desire it was because the food was taking a long time to make. In addition, the waitress would visit the table very rarely, allowing you to go without a drink for almost an hour. The combination of mediocre food, and terrible service, make this a place to avoid. If you are looking for sushi you can find similarly priced sushi that is way better.
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