We read great reviews on the food, even though the atmosphere sounded a little kitschy/tourist, we thought it could be fun & that street in Getsemane seems up and coming. Staff was sweet & attentive, traditional music was blaring but fun, and decor was pretty over the top touristy...food pretty dry & bland - after the explosion of flavors we've had in Cartagena it just didn't hold up. Might be fun in the high season if you really want to see some traditional dance, but overall I tend to shy away from the more tourist fabricated experience. Can't say I would recommend to any of my friends.
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