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