Craving some Japanese comfort food? These five Bogota ramen destinations offer a true taste of Tokyo.
These Bogotá curry restaurants are way too good to eat in a hurry. Savor the taste of India in Colombia's capital city.
Arun Pal serves as a flavor ambassador, bringing dishes from the sub-continent to Bogotá at his restaurant, India Gourmet.
Restaurateur Carlos Ramírez is transforming dilapidated buildings of Bogotá’s historic center into eclectic dining venues.
More than a soup, Ramen is tradition served in a bowl. Bogotanos can enjoy an authentic meal at Ramen-ya.
Striking a balance between authentic Chinese recipes and healthy dining is one of Cooking Taichi's many charms.
The brainchild of Bogotá chef Andrew Clarkson, Wú Dumplings and Beer is wooing in clients with its cafeteria-style venue and lunch specials.
Alice's is full of appetizing dishes cooked by its guarded Taiwanese proprietor. The restaurant also offers fast Take-Away.
With its attention to service and fresh ingredients, WOK introduced Southeast Asian food to Bogotanos.
The launch of P.F. Chang’s brings more choice of Chinese food culture to a city with its share of international "themes."
Casa de Corea offers an alternative to rice-based Asian cuisine in the Colombia's capital.
Eastern spices and a tandoori oven entice visitors to this Indian restaurant in the heart of Usaquén.
The JW Marriott hotel in Bogotá rolls out the red carpet and some steamy cocktails with its new Pan-Asian restaurant Tamarine.
FUDO brings modern Asian dining to Chapinero Alto, and its cocktails, sashimi, and Singapore prawns make this venue a new gastro darling.