Bogotá Restaurants

The most traditional recipes aim to fill the belly and ward off the cold. Soups, such as ajiaco and puchero (with chicken, pork, beef, potato, yucca, cabbage, corn, and plantain and accompanied by rice and avocado) are common on local menus. Bogotanos like to start the day off with santafereño, a steaming cup of chocolate accompanied by a slab of cheese—you melt the cheese in the chocolate. Lunch is generally served between noon and 2. Restaurants open for dinner around 7, and the more upscale ones stay open until after midnight.

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  • 1. Osaka

    $$$ | Peruvian

    This newest branch of the hugely popular Osaka franchise offers a perfect rendition of the refined flavors born more than a decade ago in Lima...Read More

  • 2. Restaurante Leo

    $$$$ | Contemporary

    Arguably one of Bogotá’s best fine-dining experiences, chef Leonora Espinosa's eatery was among the first to explore the potential of Colombia...Read More

  • 3. La Fragata

    $$$$ | Seafood

    With its slowly revolving dining room, this is one of the capital's more unusual restaurants. Somehow the dimly lit, dark-oak interior successfully...Read More

  • 4. Pajares Salinas

    $$$ | Spanish

    Although the starched-white tablecloths make this popular spot rather formal, the classic Spanish dishes are superb. There's a range of excellent...Read More

  • 5. Casa Medina

    $$$ | European

    Elaborate dishes such as medallions of trout smothered in fennel and onion are lovingly prepared at this upmarket eaterie. The restaurant is...Read More

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