The Colombian cuisine largely consists of spicy dishes that originated as a blend of Spanish and indigenous foods. Such dishes are often referred to as Criolla, or Creole. Mint, oregano, basil, parsley, and cilantro are included in Colombian dishes, particularly soups and stews. Aside from spices, however, potatoes, rice, beans, fish, and various grains are essential staples (foods eaten nearly everyday) in the Colombian diet.

Colombian's unique variety of climates and landscapes has helped to make the Colombian menus some of the most diverse in South America. Such geographical variety gives Colombia distinct culinary regions that are divided into coastal, mountainous/highland, and tropical.

The culinary journey continues at "Aires de Colombia Restaurant" since we open, which serves the best of Colombian gastronomy, our specialties, Calentado con Huevos Perico y Carne (Rice and Beans with Grilled Steak), Pargo Rojo (Red Snapper) or our international famous "Bandeja Paisa" as weel as large variety of Seafood.

Diners will also be able to enjoy a selection of Colombian typical dishes.

Don't hesitate to visit us, we will serve the Colombian dishes as you and your family deserves.