Planning a trip to Taganga in Colombia? Make sure you dine out at the best places in town by following our guide.
Whether it’s cerviche on the beach, freshly-baked brownies or filet mignon, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Read on to see which restaurants made the final cut…
Café Bonsai in Taganga, Colombia - Best restaurants in Taganga - Fabulous Travel Guide
* Café Bonsai
Need your coffee fix? Café Bonsai is a breath of fresh air in this little town. It may be a little pricier than its neighbours but the vast array of tea and coffee, stuffed olives and freshly-baked baguettes make it worth while. They also hold nightly barbecues.
* Pacha Mama
Fancy chilling out under the stars with a cocktail or two? Pacha Mama has a great atmosphere with live music, a great menu and cosy tables. Choose from grilled chicken skewers, fich cakes or shrimp. Make sure you get there early or it will take forever to get served!
* TOP PICK: Casa Felipe
You’ll be blown away by the food at Casa Felipe. The chef here is brilliant and goes beyond the call of duty to satisfy his customers. The filet mignon in a rich red wine sauce is to die for – and make sure you try the thai green curry, seafod pasta and delicious chocolate brownie.
* Pizza Rey
Looking for a cheap bite to eat? Pizza Rey isn’t much to look at (just basic tables and chairs with cats and dogs asleep under them) but the pizza here is cooked to perfection. A one-person pizza is just 6,000 (£2) and you can choose your toppings.
Fancy a snack on the beach? Look out for the guy selling cups of shrimp mixed with salsa, mayonaise, lime, salt and onions (from 5,000).
Looking for more things to in Taganga? Get your PADI dive certificate on the cheap or visit Tayrona National Park!