Our GroupOn deal included two appetizers, four entrees, and two desserts. We chose the Camarones al Ajillo (garlic sautéed shrimp) and the Tostones Villacol (crispy green plantains). The shrimp were in a delicious, thick, buttery sauce and the Tostones were served with guacamole, sour cream, and a delicious homemade Brochetta.
For dinner, we ordered a main course of the Camarones al Ajillo (garlic sautéed shrimp). They were just too good not to have seconds. They were served in a generous helping with white rice.
The Filete Frutos del Mar was a grilled Filet of Flounder topped with mixed seafood in a Lobster Sauce, served with mashed potatoes and rice. The calamari was slightly chewy (though I am not the best judge, I am not one for calamari anyway but fried!). The sauce was delicious!
The Tres Mosqueteros (Three Musketeers) came with a generous portion of Skirt Steak, Stuffed Clam, and Sauteed Shrimp, served with steamed broccoli, mashed potatoes, and a side of rice. It was quite the serving of food. The sauce was plentiful and a delicious lemon butter.
The best of the evening was the Pollo a Limon. Similar to a Chicken Francese, a generous portion of chicken and shrimp battered, lightly fried, and served in a lemon sauce. Served with steamed broccoli, mashed potatoes and a side of rice.
For dessert the flan was nothing to write home about, but the Mousse de Mango (Mango Mousse) was to die for (and that is a lot to come from me--not a sweets person).
If you have occasion to visit Villa de Colombia, be sure to. Though we utilized a GroupOn deal, the menu prices were fair, the portions plentiful, and the food fresh and delicious. This restaurant is BYOB (though they will make Sangria if you bring the wine!) and note that when tipping, a base 10% tip is automatically added to the bill.