Typical food of Barranquilla, Colombia
To refresh your throat, in Barranquilla is customary to drink "raspaos", sorbets made with shaved ice; "bolis", a sort of popsicle made in different flavors; "agua de panela", unrefined whole cane sugar dissolved in boiling water; and healthy juices made of fruits as corozo, tamarind, sapote, and níspero.
To sweeten your palate, there are all kinds of desserts where coconut is present, as "enyucado", a cake made of yucca, sugar, cheese, coconut milk, cream, and aniseed; and "arropilla", made with brown sugar and coconut milk. Another typical dessert of Barranquilla is "alegría", a sweet made of sesame seeds, coconut, and brown sugar.
There are three restaurants in town distinguished for their contribution to the culinary heritage of the city, El Corral Marisco, El Tremendo Guandú, and La Tiendecita. You cannot miss the chance to try their various delicacies during your visit to Barranquilla.
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Arroz de lisa Delicious rice with vegetables.
Bollo de yuca Bun resembling a tamale, made of yucca.
Agua de panela Fresh drink made of brown sugar with a touch of lemon.
Enyucado Cake made with yucca.