The Leo restaurant, located in the traditional Santa Cruz de Mompox pedestrian passageway, a few steps from the historic National Museum, is personally directed by Leonor Espinosa, a chef with an extensive career, who offers an innovative proposal, where traditional flavors and local products are mixed to give way to a unique proposal in Colombian cuisine.

Her proposal is the result of her passion for local food, as well as her deep admiration and respect for the ancestral knowledge of black, indigenous and peasant cooking. The wine list, designed by her daughter, sommelier Laura Hernández, is meticulously chosen and features wines from the best labels of the new and old continent that enter the country. Although the menu is neither extensive nor saturated with specialties, the selection is of the best quality.

Recipes by the chefs