Colombia is a bright and beautiful country that has gone from drug capital to food capital. Tony is exploring Colombia to discover its unique cuisine and unknown magic.Go to Episode
After walking the streets of the Old City in Cartagena, Tony heads to La Cevicheria -- a restaurant owned by Tony's good friend, Chef Jorge Escandon, that specializes in fresh Caribbean catches.
Calle Stuart 7-14, Cartagena, Colombia
Tony has a meal orchestrated by Colombian food anthropologist Julian Estrada that features a modern take on classic Colombian cuisine.
Partidas de la Fe el Retiro Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia
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Tony sits for a traditional Colombian breakfast with fellow chef Andres Acevido after walking through a local market that serves all of Medellin.
1 Plaza Minorista, Medellin, Colombia
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