Far more than a simple starch, the potato shaped history and plays a starring role in Bogotá's signature soup: Ajiaco.
What happens when you cross the culinary traditions of Pasto with Baltimore? The answer? One of the best restaurants in the capital.
Tabula's Tomas Rueda believes in using simple ingredients, but the flavors he creates are anything but mundane.
While Santa Marta may be known for beach bars and hotel buffets, the restoration of the old city offers visitors more dining choices.
Colombia's Rausch brothers regularly top international culinary lists, but they think Bogotá's gourmet gastronomy deserves more recognition.
Tomás Rueda is the rocker-turned-chef of two of Bogotá’s most innovative and origin ‘conscious’ restaurants. Eat on!
This country’s favourite stew can be prepared with chicken or fish. As Steve Hide explains, anyone with local ingredients can prepare an authentic sancocho. His recipe is included.
With more than a century in business, Las Margaritas serves some of Bogotá's best empanadas and food that reminds of a different era.
Mini-mal restaurant serves up the Pacific, and chef Martinez is committed to the communities of this bio-diverse region.
Restaurateur Carlos Ramírez is transforming dilapidated buildings of Bogotá’s historic center into eclectic dining venues.
Seedlings, flowers, and everything that can be foraged make up the food canvas of Alejandro Cuéllar, the chef of Canasto and recipient of the Revelation Chef Award in 2014.
The namesake of Andrés Jaramillo has opened in Medellín to charm paisas out of gastronomic complacency with its iconoclastic Colombian cuisine.
Constructed with shipping containers guests in this unique Bogotá´space enjoy eating out "of the box".
Tamales are a staple of every Colombian household and are gaining in international reputation thanks to media coverage.
From a leisurely Sunday lunch to puffy cream pastries and one very authentic Italian, food critic Ambrosia find a sweet side to dining out in Bogotá.
Chef Tómas Rueda and friends opened their third dining venture in the city to reclaim Colombia’s lost culinary traditions. Meet the gracious Calderón.