Despite his intimate, colorful restaurant decorated with Afro-Colombian murals being located in Bogotá, Cali-born chef Rey Guerrero has become Colombia’s ambassador to the cuisine of the Pacific Coast. The enigmatic Guerrero has spent years researching the traditional dishes of the region, and the menu is extensive. There are several combinations of rice and seafood, like the arroz tumabacatre with shrimp and shellfish. There is also a ceviche with piangua, the region’s delicious black clam, a great fish burger, and several excellent seafood stews. Everything is perfectly executed, the ingredients are of impeccable quality, and the prices are reasonable.