Eating here was like eating a good home-cooked meal. I ate here twice while in Manizales. One day the meal of the day (cost = 5.000 pesos) was Paella (made with bits of tofu), and the other day it was a plate with several items (there was a lack of protein on the plate on this particular day). You also get a big bowl of soup with every meal, a small dessert, and either juice or tea. It's also all-you-can-eat, so if you're extra hungry, this is the place for you! Wednesday is "beans day", but I didn't get a chance to try it out. They have WiFi, and it's also an art gallery.
Updated from previous review on Saturday December 22, 2012