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We reckon Colombia’s in contention for being the next hot foodie destination, not to mention the stunning heritage from the Golden Age of piracy and privateering. IGT investigates Cartagena and the capital.

IGT’s Food Editor sat down at Lima with Virgilio Martinez of Central, South America’s number one restaurant, to talk Peru, influences, ecosystems, and new ventures.

The Dia de Muertos skull and name referencing a chic bohemian district of Mexico City are the clues that Condesa is not a purely Spanish restaurant, although with plenty of nods to the proper Spanish way of doing tapas still evident, it could well be just the rejuvenation required.