Wok is a bit of an institution in Bogotá. From curries to sushi to spring rolls, Wok offers a huge selection of pan-Asian cuisine at an affordable price. The sushi in Wok is particularly delicious, and while it might not be true to its Japanese roots, the Colombian-styled rolls full of guacamole, fresh fish and other delights are an absolute must.
Such is the popularity of Wok, their restaurants can be found all around Bogotá. While they’re all stylishly designed, the pick of the bunch is undoubtedly the one that’s found in the leafy streets of Usaquen.
Carrera 13 No. 82 – 74
Cra 9 No. 69A-63
Carrera 6A No. 117-02
Average meal per person: $25,000
Paul G says: I could grumble about a delusion I have that Wok is made for rich kids to feel good about spending a bit more money than they need to; but that would make me a pompous git, wouldn’t it? Instead, I’ll comment on the inventive dishes bursting with flavour; and Wok’s genuine commitment to both the environment and Colombian small farmers. That would make me sound much nicer, don’t you think?