The pleasant woodwork confines of this place are peppered with exotic paraphernalia as a reminder of its Latino USP. You could unwind here with a raspberry and blackcurrant smoothie and a bacon cheese omelette or akuri. Alternatively, sip on a tall toffee milkshake with the popular and loaded lamb burger or the curried soya with mint mayo option. The lemongrass, cranberry, or passion-fruit sodas, on the other hand, may go well with the anda rice, chicken curry rice, Goan fish curry rice, spicy kaleji or kheema pao (there is also a soya version of the latter). But, without a doubt, it is the Colombian specialties that are the highlight here – frijoles antioqueños (bean and lamb stew), arepa con chorizo (corn bread with meat sausage), patacon pisao (cheesy chicken in mushroom sauce on crisp plantain), camarones en apuro (Colombian-style prawns with garlic bread), regañonas (Colombian corn fritters) with sour cream, empanadas with papaya salsa and more! Other good mains include a sage-beurre blanc fish with creamy mash, sumptuous lamb stew with rice and Hawaiian chicken with pineapple and nasi goreng. End with the amazing dulce de leche, apple-cinnamon waffles, or caramel banana/Guatemalan honey-fruit pancakes – it is all (very) good.