What to eat in Monguí
Baked goods such as crullers and pandeyucas; mute, a broth made from corn; and changua, which is made with milk, eggs, cilantro and onions, are some delicacies of the boyacense kitchen.
The genoa, a sausage made with pork, and rainbow trout are typical Monguí dishes where you can also enjoy corn arepas and a variety of cheeses.
This soup’s main ingredients are pork, and chicken and is topped with cassava and cilantro.MondongoSpanish heritage
Beef Rib, green onions, peas, beans and carrots are some ingredients of Tiny mazamorra porridge, a popular soup.Tiny mazamorraIt has almost everything
Changua is a broth that contains eggs, milk, cilantro, and onions. Rice is often added.ChanguaA traditional egg-based broth
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
WHERE TO EAT?
Visitors to Monguí will find several restaurants that primarily serve typical food of Boyaca. In some places you can eat international dishes.