La Matriarca Medellin

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April 29, 2018

La Matriarca Medellin

La Matriarca Medellin

La Matriarca Medellin a 2 year old restaurant with years of tradition behind it. Thanks to my recent office move I was able to find this amazing restaurant.

La Matriarca at first glance is just another high end high priced gourmet restaurant in Medellin. However, the plates are large enough to share and the Sangria is priced in line with the Medellin market. Moreover, the food at La Matriarca has a blend of traditional Colombian and new.

Conveniently located

La Matriarca Medellin is located in the Astorga neighborhood of Poblado. Find them at Calle 8 # 43b 62. For hours of operation click this link.

Plenty of areas to sit

This place is huge. However, each area has it’s own charm.

La Matriarca Medellin

On this day we sat on the high chairs near the street. We love to people watch and this was the perfect place for the four of us. However, take a quick look at all of the beautiful interior seating La Matriarca Medellin has to offer.

La Matriarca Medellin

A complete menu

La Matriarca Medellin has a large menu. However, the staff is well versed on all of the dishes and the specials. During our visit we tried the rice plate made of steak and seafood. The rice plate was huge. And could easily feed two people.

La Matriarca Medellin

Seafood and Steak Rice Plate

The other people in our party ordered the specialty of La Matriarca “the Tocino en Cajon”.

La Matriarca Medellin

La Matriarca Medellin Signature Plate

La Matriarca Medellin

Steak plate at La Matriarca MedellinNo meal is complete without come Sangria. However, La Matriarca does not make my list for top Sangria in Medellin.

La Matriarca Medellin

In conclusion La Matriarca is a must visit in Medellin. We will visit again in the near future. However, on my next visit I will try the “Tocino en Cajon”.

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