Delicias del Tolima, El Centro

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MEDELLIN | Delicias del Tolima is a must visit food spot in Medellin for lovers of pork. Originating in the Tolima region, in Colombia’s centre west, Delicias del Tolima is famed for its suckling pig, or lechon. They opened their Medellin store in 2001 and it’s proven a hit with locals who previously couldn’t find this style of lechon outside of Tolima.

The space is simple, with tiled floors, wooden seats and tables, and a whole pig on display out the front.

The signature dish is a generous heap of flavoursome, tender pulled pork topped with pork scratchings, and served with an arepa. The flavour is slightly sweet and spiced, and is very unique. Other options include things like tamales, arepas, steak, seafood and stews. All delicious we’re sure, but it’s hard to go past the signature lechon. Prices are reasonable, and serving sizes very generous.

Delicias del Tolima

Carrera 42 #50A-48
Medellín
Antioquia
Colombia

Telephone: +57 4 2394336
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sat: 7:00am to 9:00pm

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