Restaurants in Colombia, from the street-side empanada vendors to the internationally famed, are places that are full of character. This is a nation that is fiercely found of its food traditions and, as such, many cities are barely touched by international influence.
Of course, there are cities such as Bogotá, Medellín and Cartagena where you can find some of the finest international cuisine in the continent, but elsewhere, in the villages and small towns that punctuate Colombia’s rugged mainland, you’ll find little but traditional Colombian dishes at a great price.
Recently rennovated to add a modern twist to this Bogotá classic, La Goya by La Barra is swiftly becoming one of La Zona G’s most popular restaurants. Offering a delectable selection of Spanish cuisine (including some incredible paella), La Goya by La Barra comes highly recommended by The Colombia Travel Guide.