ajiaco-aboutAjiaco Colombian Bistro’s namesake comes from the traditional dish (ajiaco) that is typically made with chicken, corn, three varieties of potatoes, and an herb local to Colombia called Guascas. Along with this dish, Ajiaco also provides dishes that stay true to Colombian cuisine. We add a contemporary flare to our dishes that will arouse your senses with aromas, flavors and textures that you are sure to find absolutely delicious.

Ajiaco’s varied Colombian cuisine is influenced by a diverse flora and fauna found around Colombia. Cultural traditions of different Colombian ethnic groups also play a roll in our choice of ingredients. Some of the most common ingredients we use are: cereals such as rice and maize, potato and cassava, assorted legumes, and meats that including beef, chicken, and pork. Our cuisine also features a variety of tropical fruits such as, lulo, soursop and passion fruit.

Our most representative appetizers and soups are patacones (fried green plantains) and ajiaco. Representative snacks and breads are arepas (corn cakes), aborrajados (fried sweet plantains with cheese), arepa  de choclo, empanadas and, almojábanas. For a common main course, we have the bandeja paisa.

So come join Ajiaco Colombian Bistro; we provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere, as well as flavors that will transport you to Colombia.  Click here to view our full menu.