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Bogota Dining

Bogotá boasts superb dining venues offering gastronomies from around the globe. It’s also recommended to sample some of the local delicacies in order to appreciate what Columbia culture really has to offer.


Casa Vieja is an icon among the best restaurants for dining in Bogota. Its ambience is elegant and refined. It’s reminiscent of the old Bogota when gentlemen walked around wearing top hats. The service is excellent and personalized. The chef’s specialties include traditional recipes. The stewed brisket and ajiaco soup are simply superb.

For out of the ordinary seafood Bodega Marina is a fine choice for dining in Bogota. Bridges, ponds, lanterns and posh gardens surround the restaurant’s beautiful exterior. Salmon and buttery lobsters top the chef’s signature entrees.

Tip: Try the guava-almond cream cake for dessert. The flavors are amazing. And of course you should enjoy it with a cup of Colombian coffee renowned for being the best in the world.

Estampa del Chalan stands out among fine eateries of Bogota. It specializes in Peruvian gastronomy. The main dining room displays paintings by acclaimed artists from Lima. The array of ceviches on the menu is superb.

And if you want to see the movers and shakers of the country, El Gabinete is the place. The service is excellent as you would expect and the entrees are fabulously prepared. The chef specializes in cuisine from all around the country. The peasant meal fritanga (meat, chicken, sausages and pork) is served on elegant china and is accompanied with Colombian Bavaria beer.

Dignitaries, politicians and celebrities make a beeline for Pajares Salinas. Excellent Spanish dishes are prepared with exciting additions of flavors of Colombian origin. The wine list is most impressive.

For a most unusual venue, Andres Carne De Res is a must for all visitors. It’s a great place for dining in Bogota. You’ll get the scent of grilled meats as you drive up to the parking lot. Get ready to spend the afternoon here as music is at the center of the experience. The décor is rustic and reminiscent of Colombian haciendas.

If you want to get away from it all, Tramonti is the perfect choice. It’s the best place from where to enjoy the views of the city skyscrapers. Bring that someone special and enjoy magnificent sunsets. The food ranges from authentic Colombian to creative European. The roast pork is not to be missed.

For traditional dining in Bogota, visitors and locals love Ultimos Virreyes. It’s located in an old historical home next to an art gallery. The specialties topping the list of favorites include Ajiaco (soup made with chicken, avocado, corn, potato and local herbs). Stewed yucca (somewhat like parsnips) is delicious and well-liked by travelers.

Horse lovers should not miss Hacienda La Margarita. The equine theme décor is interesting and inviting. Steaks, pork chops and regional delights make up the menu of this acclaimed venue for dining in Bogota.

But if you’re in the mood for seafood at affordable prices, Pesquera Jaramillo offers fresh fish from nearby Magdalena River. Cartagenian style rice with coconut is one of the most ordered items.


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