I just paid for the most expensive "arepa" in the world; its bad local food absolutely overpriced and with poor poor poor service. If you want to try local food, just go to a simple place and don't waste your time and your money here.
1 - 10 of 31 reviews
I was walking around my hotel and saw the sign on the outside of a mall. Went there and ate. Not sure what they call it, but it was a dish with pork bell, sausage on a tortilla w/avocado spread and beans. Good taste
While in Colombia, ive been trying to taste all of the types of arepas. This one was very different and great. My boyfriend and I walked up a tall hill to get here, but it was worth it. It's located in a food court probably...More
My colleagues and I went for lunch to celebrate several birthdays on our team. It took them close to 1.5 hours to serve the food. The responses from the staff were terrible. BTW this restaurant has several locations, the one where I had the incident...More
I had pasta at the J&C Delicias in the Airport and the flavour was just plain, not really good or tasty. But what I was most offended about, was the parmesan cheese they gave me for the pasta (look at picture). ¿Seriously? Please J&C, do...More
My wife and I ordered two of the exquisite arapes. She the Oriental Pollo ($17,500) and I the Canon con Cebolla ($16,200). Those were each 15cm and were more than enough for a meal. The larger ones would have been too much. The meats were...More
For many years, this place has been providing good gastronomic experiences. The place is always full with people. Customers even queue. The have nice sandwiches, salad, pasta and the traditional "arepa" (a tortilla made of corn), typical in the region.
I Usually travel a lot to Medellín, it's a really nice city. Everytime I go My father takes me to this restaurant. The food was spectacular and the time it took to be delivered was O.K. for the amount of people who where eating. But...More