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Colombia in Park Slope

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  • South American, Other
  • 376 5th Ave, Brooklyn NY11215 40.671265 -73.984732
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th St)
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  • (917) 522-3433
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User Ratings (Based on 11 reviews)

3.8215
Food 4.0 Value 3.8
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(917) 522-3433
Website:
www.eatcolombiainparkslope.com
Place Order:
Order From Colombia in Park Slope for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 11am-10pm
Serves:
Dinner
Features:
Accepts Credit Cards, BYOB, Catering, Delivery, Lunch, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Outdoor Seating, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Colombia in Park Slope

    Posted by Good Bandeja Paisa on 10/25/2011

    The best bandeja paisa

    Very good food & nice service

  • Colombia in Park Slope

    Posted by MPF on 10/25/2011

    BYOB

    Bring your bottle and get the tilapia in coconut sauce. Trust me, you won't be sorry!

  • Colombia in Park Slope

    Posted by anonymous on 04/06/2011

    Pleasant

    We stopped in here on a whim, attracted by their offering of free sangria and were pretty pleased. While it may not be the most authentic columbian food, everything was tasty and since I live in park slope and not queens, thats about as much as I can ask for. We had the arepa with cheese (again, not exactly a Caracas arepa, but still good) and the shrimp in garlic sauce. Worth a try.

  • Colombia in Park Slope

    Posted by Disappointed Colombian "Gringa" on 03/03/2011

    Argentina in Park Slope

    As a Colombian-American, I was happy to see another Colombian restaurant open nearby (the other being Bogotá Latin Bistro). Unfortunately, what I got was poor tasting, greasy Argentine-style empanadas, Argentine-flavored steak, undercooked chicharrón, below par arepas, and an obnoxious waiter from Cúcuta. While chatting in Spanish with this waiter, he called me a gringa in a very snarky manner. This came after I told him that although I am Colombian (both parents), I was born here in NYC. If it wasn't for the nice waitress who initially took our order, I would have left before our food came. If you truly want excellent authentic Colombian food and zero attitude, head to Jackson Heights, Queens. This place is a joke. But how would their main clientele figure that out, when we're just poor unsuspecting "gringos" paying for over-priced Argentine food.

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