Born as an homage to the Afro-American culture from the Colombian Caribbean, the Antilles, New Orleans and Northeastern Brazil, Bonuar is a Medellin Restaurant that offers a distinguished cuisine based on slow cooking, rested oils, vinegar, distinct flavors and full of personality. A mixture of ingredients and flavors that are not limited to local cuisines, but also to exploration in international gastronomy.
The name of the restaurant “Bonuar” is the result of a game derived from the Spanish pronunciation of the two French words “Beau noir”, that mean beautiful black.
With over 80 seats, Bonuar Restaurant decor has accents of the French bistros’ architecture of the mid 20th century, but with some of the characteristic creole culture elements such as mosaics, carvings, textiles and stained glass windows.
The restaurant also offers an open and friendly space for corporate breakfast by reservation, with the possibility of audiovisual aids, to start the day with a presentation, meeting or a board.
The band “The Big Bones” plays blues classics with a New Orleans’ French Quarter style, on Wednesdays.
Located at: Ciudad del Rio – Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellin
Carrera 44 # 19 A – 100
Phone: 235 35 77