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Not everyone can say they've had good Colombian food, never mind good Colombian fast food. But if you happen to be in West Palm Beach, Los Parceros offers both. Less than five miles from PBI, you'll find the tiny takeout and sit-down restaurant that covers all manner of Colombian fast food, including the traditional street-food-style burgers and hot dogs the likes you'd find at Miami's La Moon Restaurant but also a few authentic regional dishes made exactly as you'll find them in the owner's home city of Pereira. Many of the picks are variations of family recipes given a slight twist. A must: the empanadas. A different breed than the Spanish or South American versions, they're tiny -- a Colombian trait -- with a thick, crunchy, corn-meal shell stuffed with a tasty forcemeat, a flavorful combination of beef and potato blended to a creamy consistency. They're served with a small cup of ají picante, a spicy Colombian sauce made with green chili peppers, onion, cilantro, lime juice, and vinegar and accented with cumin.