What to eat in Villa de Leyva
In Villa de Leyva you can taste foods such as cheese buns, cassava bread, mute, is made from corn; and changua which is made with milk eggs cilantro and onions.
The sausage, from the neighbouring town of Sutamarchán, is an unforgettable taste when visiting Villa de Leyva. Boyacense cuisine unfailingly includes corn cakes.
This soup’s main ingredients are pork, and chicken and is topped with cassava and cilantro.MondongoSpanish heritage
You can stave off the cold with hot panela water, served with cheese which melts inside.Panela water and cheeseThe juice of sugar cane
A clear example of Spanish heritage in Bogotá is cheese melting in a pot of hot chocolate.Chocolate and cheeseA sweet way to warm up
This soup, among other things, contains potatoes, carrots, beans and peas and pork.Ground corn soupA mixture of America and Europe
WHERE TO EAT?
Around the main square in Villa de Leyva there are many restaurants which serve not only local dishes but also top quality international cuisine.