We went here with a group of 12. About 1/2 of us loved our food and the other 1/2 didn't. And everyone's food had way too much salt.
Not really any better than calle 5 in Bogota. It did get us into a different part of town and that was good but not a good eating out experience. Service is normal - you're made to feel as if you're an inconvenience. Food was not at all worth the price (for heaven's sake just go to marea). But here's... More
I went there after a very busy day and wanted to try a sea food soup (cazuela de mariscos). for appetizer I picked up garlic shrimps and plantains with sour cream (suero) they were good as well as the soup. The ambient is nice but service people could be somewhat warmer
some of the best soup i have taste. the fish dish are also excellent. ambiance is also good. waiters are somewhat short with you. no all of them of course. beware that there are some similar name sounding restaurant.
I had the most delicious cazuela de mariscos at this restaurant, it was almost a year ago and I still think about it! I can't vouch for the rest of the food, but the service was very good and the cazuela de mariscos absolutely delicious. One of my top 3 meals in all of Cartagena. Great for lunch.
This was one of the few places open late in the evening in Getsemani, so we stopped in. The food was delicious but we felt it was expensive for what it was. The service was good but not warm. We would strongly recommend La Casa del Buen Marisco on the same block instead if you're there during the day, but... More
We wanted to try various restaurants in the city and get a feel for some Cartagena caribbean cuisine. We were really disappointed here and frustrated with the lack of flavour in the cazuelas as well as a lack of interest from a service point of view. The decor is cool, we just wish the food could have matched.
The waitress and some of the employees seemed liked they didn't want to be there. The Churrasco was excellent, but nothing notable about sides (plantains, potatoe salad, and other stuff such as some sweet pantains covered with a sweet red sauce which made seem like an experiment. A restaurant, with such a history in this city with a great name... More
Overall, we enjoyed our dinner here on May 16th. Fish soup, sea bass entree, and steamed mini-lobster tails were quite tasty. The sangria (with mangos among various other fruits) was delicious; priced @ ~$40 / carafe. The total bill was on the expensive side, by Colombian standards. It included a 10% tip. However, the waiter repeated 3 times that this... More
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