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Cali Viejo - Restaurant Cali - Colombia

The city’s premier location for dining out on vallecaucano food is found in a sprawling finca built in 1870 along the river Cali and close to the city’s zoo. With a musical trio wandering between tables playing traditional Colombian Andean music and waitstaff dressed as if from the 19th century, you’ll be forgiven if you feel that you have stepped back in time. The food is typical of the region and is by no means cheap, but the helpings are enormous, the location is incredible and the whole experience makes for a great meal out. Try the traditional champus (Indian beverage prepared with corn meal, corn, pineapple, lulo, cinnamon and panela) and follow it with a hearty grill accompanied by a marranita (a little ball prepared with pork rind and plantain).

Location:

Casona Vieja Bosque Municipal, 200 meters (656 ft) beyond the zoo


Cali, Colombia

Restaurant

Prices: High End

Credit cards accepted
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard/Eurocard, Visa

Atmosphere: Entertainment / live music, fireplace, nice view, outdoor/patio dining

Service Features:Large groups ok, phone ahead seating, private parties, private room

Bar Features:Bring your own beer, full bar, no alcohol served, wine / beer

Regulations: No

Dress Code: Dressy

Reservation: Not necessary

Park Options: Yes

Seating Capacity: 25

Larger Group Size: 25

Contact Information:
Phone: 893-4927/521-5140
Fax: 572 893 4927
E-mail: comercialcaliviejo(at)remove-this.telesat.com.co
URL: www.restaurantecaliviejo.com



Other Restaurants in Cali that may be of interest: Cathay, Petite France, Romani, Restaurante Pizca Arte & Sabor, Vinos del Río, Nutricentro, La Joroba de Camello, La Casa Cafe, Matiz and Inca Gaucho.








By Richard McColl
With over five years travelling and working in Latin America, Richard feels most at home here in the big Continent. From the former Scottish...
08 Feb 2012




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