This is a very good place. First staff is really friendly (special mention to Cory at the bar). Food is delicious, try plantains they are yummy and ptice are very ok !
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Wow wow wow. First, our server Richardo was great. Answered all of our questions about the menu items and made great suggestions which we took and didn't regret!! The Chilaquiles with chorizo was great...but only if you like spicy (which I do!!). Then the Colombian...More
Wonderful Menu, Many small tapas style dishes. All tried were very flavorful. Food brought quick & hot. Make sure you try their cilantro sauce. Friendly staff & nice setting.
Walked down high street looking for a place for dinner and spotted this restaurant with outdoor seating--OMG it was amazing! Had a dish of fried plantains with tilapia and toppings of cheese, lettuce, mojito, banana peppers, and avocado (Patacon). One of the best restaurant meals...More
Very good restaurant. Went for the first time with co-workers today. Everyone really liked the restaurant. Very unique food. I tried the Columbian Sweet Corn Cake dish with pork, it was incredible. I highly recommend the pork, it's really flavorful and delicious. I'd definitely go...More
Awesome South American/Spanish restaurant. Service was excellent, the food was not only great, but authentic. The dishes were just like I had when I was in South America. A great place to take your girl for some tapas and sangria. And the downtown location is...More
My wife and I stopped here for drinks and dinner before a show at Shadowbox Live and were glad we did. This place serves South American food, both as tapas and entrees. Lots of rice, black beans, shredded meat in various forms. The meats are...More
We were able to experience delicious dishes that we had not encountered before even with traveling to Central and South America. It was wonderful not to have the dishes 'Americanized". We will definately return when we go back to Columbus.
I have to say that we were a little disappointed with our recent visit. Several years ago, based on a Tripadvisor review, we had gone to the original Arepazo in downtown Columbus. Our memory of that visit was of delicious, home-cooked food. Fast forward to...More