Local cafe chains are something I’ve often accepted as long as the quality is kept. In Bogota and Medellin, our friend Natalia introduced us to Conosur. This was a fusion of Latin taste with a Japanese style food. Bruce and I loved the concept so much we had to make a short video about it.
What I loved most about this place is that they had the ability to use a plantain as a taco shell. And for desert, they had a cone made with rice crispies. Being gluten intolerant, I haven’t had a cone since I was a kid. Funnily enough, I never really liked cones as a kid anyway, but a rice crispy cone is a completely different story.
The food itself is moderately priced, but the concept of convenience was what we loved. Great flavors with options of ceviche, carnitas, carne asada, and so on.
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