What to eat in Guaduas
Varieties of fish; baked goods such as almojábanas and pandeyucas; or mixed fritangas made with pork, are some of the distinctive flavors found in the town of Guaduas.
A classic dish in Cundinamarca is ajiaco, a soup made with various types of potatoes and corn on the cob, among other ingredients.
Chorizo, morcilla, chicharrón (pork crackling), sausage, potatoes, plantains, and pork ribs are some of the ingredients in a fritanga or picada.FritangaPopular fried food
Ajiaco is a soup made from Creole, Pasto, and savannah potatoes to which guascas (an herb), cob, and chicken, among other ingredients, are added.AjiacoA traditional potato soup
These exquisite, famous corn buns are made with gourmet cheese and cornmeal.AlmojábanaA local treat
Pandeyuca is another type of bread made from cassava flour and cheese, but is toastier than a pandebono.PandeyucaAnother must in the regions kitchens
WHERE TO EAT?
Visitors can go to restaurants that specialize in preparing ajiaco in both Guaduas and surrounding villages.