Land of culinary delights
EL NECTAR FAMOUS SINCE 1901
In 1901 Don Floro Enciso and Víctor Enciso started what is today one of the oldest family micro-businesses in the country. Three generations producing biscuits with European formulas have placed us in the first place of Colombian pastry, being the pride of our municipality of Villa de guaduas In the Department of Cundinamarca we do not have branches in any other city.
EL DORADO RESTAURANT FAMOUS SINCE 1948
Amira Reyes is the owner of the El Dorado Restaurant and fishmonger in Puerto Bogotá. Since 1948, his restaurant has been famous for offering fish. And for its preparations, among which the fried widower or the catfish casserole and the sweaty bocachico stand out. She assures that many clients have begun to claim that they only want fish from Magdalena served. The imported one, some assure, has less flavor.
WHY WE SAY BEER "POLA"
Beer and Pola (Policarpa Salavarrieta) if it has an association and is a purely Creole, Colombian origin.
On April 4, 1889, Bavaria was founded as Kopp's Deutsche Brauerei Society. In 1910 "La Pola" beer was launched in his honor.
Even then, beer was a luxury that only the most affluent classes could afford, so Bavaria opted for an economic product capable of competing with the consumption of traditional chicha.
From then on we have the popular custom of mentioning "Pola" beer.
Our gastronomic products
Original Villa de guaduas beer.
We dream of independence, we dream of having our own Colombian beer of excellent quality, made with the greatest care and reviewing every detail and, more importantly, filling with love and happiness, for each person who takes a sip of our beers, Feel the love with the elaborated fuel and discovered a new, unique and sophisticated experience, only a Colombian beer can bring you ... our dream is a dream of INDEPENDENCE, FREE THOUGHT AND DECISION ... our dream is to take from ours!
In the indigenous communities of the Cundiboyacense antiplane, among them the Muiscas in the Bogotá savanna. For them, chicha was considered a special drink, it was offered to Nencatacoa, protector of the weavers, it was also used to celebrate ceremonial acts, but it was not consumed regularly,
Multiple river fish
Due to its proximity, in the township of Puerto Bogotá, it is possible to taste the delicious Widower of Capaz, Catfish, Nicuro sweating and fish stew, taken directly from the Magdalena River.