Bogotá's newest Middle Eastern restaurant, Baita, celebrates Israeli gastronomy in a loft-like setting.
Chef Alvaro Clavijo is behind a relaxed French style bistro facing the Parque 93 and a welcome newcomer to this neighbourhood’s fussy dining scene.
From Belgrade to Bogotá, Katarina Markovic has thrived, serving traditional Eastern European food at Beograd.
Hip Usaquén restaurant Abasto serves grilled dishes with a Mediterranean flair in an old renovated warehouse.
Napule is the creation of Melco Martínez, a logistics expert who embarked in search of perfect pizza. His restaurant is certified by Naples' highest authority on the subject.
Arabic food has enjoyed a moment in the spotlight in Bogotá. Try these three Middle Eastern restaurants.