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Colombian Grace Restaurant Review: Housed in a gingerbread mansion (with an ample and scenic upstairs porch), Colombian Grace interprets local seafood through owner Zulma Segura’s family recipes, as in the Mom’s Casserole of local grouper baked in white wine, fish broth and herbs. Another dish combines broiled lobster, sautéed Key West pink shrimp and seared yellowtail, served with coconut rice and fried green plantains. Even the weekend breakfast --- think eggs Benedict (try the crab version) or the “delicious” eggs scrambled with corn --- takes on an exotic, new dimension, especially when enjoyed with a cup of Colombian coffee, hot chocolate, or one of the many made-to-order fruit juices like passion fruit, cantaloupe or, best of all, “lulo” (peach crossed with pineapple). It’s an unforgettable journey that is still somehow very Key West. All dishes are made to order, so be prepared to wait awhile for your food.