Far more than a simple starch, the potato shaped history and plays a starring role in Bogotá's signature soup: Ajiaco.
Chef Tómas Rueda and friends opened their third dining venture in the city to reclaim Colombia’s lost culinary traditions. Meet the gracious Calderón.
At Usaquen's 7.16, the atmosphere is cozy and the eclectic menu covers the gamut from wings to Kobe beef.
Tomás Rueda is the rocker-turned-chef of two of Bogotá’s most innovative and origin ‘conscious’ restaurants. Eat on!
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.
Create your own Colombian Christmas tradition using local ingredients and some culinary flair.
During its 46 years, El Portico’s village setting has grown to become a landmark of traditional cooking.
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.
Harry's showcases both the culinary bravado of star Colombian chef Harry Sasson and architectural fusion.
Tamales are a staple of every Colombian household and are gaining in international reputation thanks to media coverage.
What happens when you cross the culinary traditions of Pasto with Baltimore? The answer? One of the best restaurants in the capital.
Here some suggestions for enjoying great meat selections in Bogotá with some mine salt on the side.
A popular lunch spot in Bogotá's financial district showcases Costeño recipes with García's international touch.
Constructed with shipping containers guests in this unique Bogotá´space enjoy eating out "of the box".
Some lesser known places in the Old City of Cartagena offer some special food choices. for visitors and locals alike.