Think parking on South Beach is bad? You ain't seen nothin' yet. But if you can endure the obstacle course, you'll find the charms of their take on the Colombian classic, bandeja paisa, will make it all worth it. The gut-busting traditional dish wraps up steak or ground beef, fried bananas, fried pork belly and a fried egg - all atop a pile of white rice and and giant bowl of red beans. Guanabana (soursop), lulo and mango juices pair well with the house specialty. They also make one hell of an empanada. So grab your bike or hop the bus and skip the parking nightmare - the trip'll be worth it.
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We love Colombian food. Like, really, really love it. That is why it annoys us when a Colombian restaurant decides to put on airs. Colombian cuisine is made of simple and unpretentious stuff--eggs, corn, beans, and so forth;...