Restaurante Delimar is a popular seafood restaurant in Medellín with fresh and tasty seafood conveniently located in El Poblado.
The crowd in this restaurant is primarily local Colombians who know fresh seafood and good values.
Also, the coconut rice is very good here. In the Caribbean in Colombia, coconut rice is brown and has an almost molasses flavor. At this seafood restaurant in Medellín, it’s white and coconutty delicious. Also, the seafood casserole here is very good.
I had walked by this restaurant many times and saw if nearly filled with customers each time but didn’t try it until recently.
Considering the restaurant was fairly busy when I went, the service was good. It’s an informal restaurant with friendly staff. And the seafood was fresh and tasty.
This seafood restaurant is located in El Poblado across the street from the Halong Vietnamita restaurant.
The Food Menu
The menu at Restaurante Delimar is Spanish and English. The main dishes on the menu are all seafood dishes. Don’t go to this restaurant expecting to find other things like meats and chicken. The seafood dishes on the menu include:
- Seafood Casserole (Cazuela de mariscos) – casserole prepared with several types of seafood including shrimp, squid, crab sticks, octopus, clams and snails in a base of coconut milk and spices. And accompanied with coconut rice, salad and patacones – 30,000 pesos.
- Fried Red Snapper – accompanied with coconut rice, salad and patacon – 48,000 pesos or 35,000 pesos for a half-portion – market price
- Fried Robala (Seabass) – accompanied with coconut rice, salad and patacones – 25,000 pesos.
- Shrimp rice dish – accompanied with coconut rice, salad and patacones – 25,000 pesos.
- Shellfish dish – shrimp, octopus, fish, squid, crab sticks, slams and snail sautéed in garlic and accompanied with coconut rice, salad and patacones – 35,000 pesos.
- Lobster – grilled for sautéed with garlic and accompanied with coconut rice, salad and patacones – 90,000 pesos.
There are at least 10 other seafood dishes on the menu.
Also, there are 13 appetizers on the menu prices from 3,000 pesos for tuna empanadas to 55,000 pesos for ceviche langostinoes (prawns).
The Drink Menu
Restaurante Delimar has a small drink menu with few beers for 5,000 to 59000 pesos. In addition, the menu has small selection of wines.
Furthermore, the menu has several non-alcoholic drinks. These include natural juices, lemonades, sodas and water for 3,000 to 5,000 pesos.
How to Get to Restaurante Delimar
Restaurante Delimar is located a two-minute walk from the large Exito in Poblado (located on Calle 10) or about a 7-minute walk from the Medellín Metro’s Poblado metro station on Line A. Or it’s about a five-minute walk from Iglesia San José and Parque Poblado.
In addition, taxis are another option to get to this restaurant. Just provide the driver the address below.
Address: Carrera 43F #10-29, El Poblado, Medellín
Phone: +54 4 266.1534
Hours: 11 am to 9 pm
Payment: Only cash.
The Best Seafood Restaurants in Medellín
On the Medellin Guru website, we have looked at eight of the best seafood restaurants in Medellín and the Aburrá Valley:
- Donde Bupos – a popular seafood restaurant in El Poblado with excellent seafood.
- Rocoto – a popular Peruvian restaurant with very good ceviche and other seafood.
- Mistura – a popular chain of three Peruvian restaurants that are a fusion of Peruvian and Japanese food.
- El Barco – a hidden gem restaurant in Itagüí near Medellín with very good seafood.
- Kibuki – a chain of two Japanese – Peruvian restaurants with a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian food.
- Kuelap – a popular Peruvian restaurant in El Poblado good ceviche and other seafood.
- Lo Exquisito del Mar – a popular seafood restaurant in Medellín with good seafood.
- Restaurante Delimar – a Popular seafood restaurant in El Poblado with good seafood.
Also, we included Restaurante Delimar in our list of the best seafood restaurants in Medellín.
The Bottom Line: Restaurante Delimar with Good Seafood
Restaurante Delimar is very popular with Colombians. But this restaurant hasn’t been discovered by many foreigners since it’s not located near Parque Lleras or Provenza. When I went for lunch with a Medellin Guru reader, we were the only foreigners in the busy restaurant.
If you like seafood, I recommend this restaurant. And I plan to return to try out more of the seafood dishes on the menu.
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