Flavors from the Amazon at Mini Mal

Colombia is one of the most geographically diverse countries in the world, rich with natural resources from various climates and landscapes. Mini Mal's menu aims to highlight not only Colombia's geographic diversity, but also it's cultural diversity that draws from a mix of indigenous, african and european roots. 

On the menu you'll find surprising ingredients like tucupí, a traditional seasoning from the Amazon, mañoco and farofa, indigenous types of yucca flour, native fruits like lulo and feijoa, and bug or two.

  Corbina with tucupi, farofa, yucca and hormigas culonas, aka big booty ants

Corbina with tucupi, farofa, yucca and hormigas culonas, aka big booty ants

  Side of greens and calendula with tropical dressing and coconut rice served in a coconut

Side of greens and calendula with tropical dressing and coconut rice served in a coconut

  Tumaco, fried ripe plantain balls filled with crab meat, topped with coconut milk sauce and house made red curry

Tumaco, fried ripe plantain balls filled with crab meat, topped with coconut milk sauce and house made red curry

  Sopa Cítrica

Sopa Cítrica

Soup inspired in the Cocuy lands. Mushrooms, spinach and tiger shrimp with crunchy cardamom infused rice balls and fresh cheese fried until golden brown, in a light, citrus lemongrass broth. The spice on the side, guaya, is from the Amazon and it's insanely hot.

OBELO Mini Mal
OBELO Mini Mal
OBELO Mini Mal
OBELO Mini Mal

After lunch, check out the cute shop in the front of the restaurant. The shop features goods from local designers and artisans.

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