Restaurants in Colombia

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The sophisticated Caribbean fare draws a chic crowd. The best tables are upstairs and the mero comes with crema agria, something like a spice crè... Read More

On the edge of town, this restaurant puts on all-afternoon feasts of grilled steak. Read More

The restaurant dishes up regional classics such as corn empanadas and ajiaco, a hearty chicken-and-potato stew. Read More

The restaurant serves house-made pastas. Read More

In this convivial spot with potted palms, a dapper six-man Cuban band is always stationed at the door. It's Cartagena's unofficial clubhouse, a place... Read More

The local dish rondón, a coconut, yuca, and fish stew, is especially good here. Read More

Traditional Caribbean cazuelas - spicy seafood stews - are served without fuss at a restaurant that deserves its reputation for having the most... Read More

Chef Juan Felipe Camacho—who apprenticed at Spain’s Michelin-starred Arzak—dishes up Spanish-inflected Caribbean fare (think grilled... Read More

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