As Colombia’s largest and most cosmopolitan city, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding restaurants in Bogotá. All tastes and budgets are catered for in this melting pot of cultures, with cheap and cheery Colombian food readily available at almost every corner and delicious international cuisine to rival most South American cities.
As you climb up one of the streets in the funky Macarena district, you’ll find a building on the corner that seems just like every other. Just like every other building, except that on the wall facing a carpark is nailed a grotesque collection of creepy old plastic dolls. Why? If you go through the […] Read more →
La Goya, located in Zona G, offers some of the finest Spanish cuisine in Bogotá. Recently renovated after 50 years serving hungry Bogotanos, it is quickly becoming one of the most popular restaurants in the area for both diners and drinkers. The menu consists of a huge array of Spanish dishes, from classics such as […] Read more →
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 […] Read more →
La Puerta Falsa, a few doors down from Plaza Bolivar in La Candelaria, Bogota’s historic centre, is one of the city’s oldest and most traditional cafes. Dating back to 1816 and designed in typical colonial style, a visit here will genuinely feel like a trip back in time to Old Bogota, with simple wooden cladding […] Read more →
The culinary genius behind La Mar Cebicheria is Gastón Acurio and his take on Peruvian food has been widely received across South and North America, with restaurants located in San Francisco, New York, Lima, Panama and Sao Paolo. Bogotá’s cebicheria seats up to 380 patrons and people still line up out the door to get […] Read more →