Place is well located and a bit cheaper than in the old city. We took a paella for 2, price was ok and tasted good. Nothing really special about this place, we had a good lunch.
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Ànjo Preto is well located in the main Plaza de Armas in the heart of the old colonial city of Colonia and just under magnificent trees. Inside, the decor is beautiful, modern by the vivid colors and full of local tradition by the frames, statues, artefacts etc The food doesn't match the place. Ordinary drinks, ordinary meals: we had a... More
We reached Colonia in the early afternoon and were looking for a place to have a light lunch. Followed the advice of our not so good guide and went to this place. Location was great on the quiet square in the shades, and service was ok (but certainly not above average). Low point was the food. Dry and tasteless, worth... More
The food was okay, I had some fish sandwich which I realized was some lox or cured fish with some sort of spread on bread with some fries. I had to get a large beer because it was so hot in Colonia. I would rather eat on the main street outside of the old town because the prices are more... More
Very slow service. Took us over 1 hour to be served. We had the "chivito al plato" which had tons of fries and very little steak. The dish also came incomplete based on the description of the menu. The check took us forever to arrive and they didn't let us pay the chivito with credit card to get the discount,... More
The customer service was great, the place itself is ok with beautiful artwork, however the food was way too expensive for what it was.