Create your own Colombian Christmas tradition using local ingredients and some culinary flair.
Nostalgia and dining traditions merge at Club Colombia, a Bogotá restaurant that showcases Colombian gastronomy.
Here some suggestions for enjoying great meat selections in Bogotá with some mine salt on the side.
Showcasing Asian precision with comfort dishes, Mordida is quickly earning a reputation as one of the best bites in Bogotá.
Far more than a simple starch, the potato shaped history and plays a starring role in Bogotá's signature soup: Ajiaco.
Chef Tomás Rueda serves Spanish-inspired cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere at Donostia behind the Museo Nacional.
Cultural foods: Two restaurants in Bogotá turn tables in landmark spaces thanks to their take on Colombian cooking.
Tamales are a staple of every Colombian household and are gaining in international reputation thanks to media coverage.
Some lesser known places in the Old City of Cartagena offer some special food choices. for visitors and locals alike.
Santo Pecado in Usaquén offers sinfully delicious haute cuisine takes on traditional Colombian dishes. Gluttons beware.
Tomás Rueda is the rocker-turned-chef of two of Bogotá’s most innovative and origin ‘conscious’ restaurants. Eat on!
Restaurateur Carlos Ramírez is transforming dilapidated buildings of Bogotá’s historic center into eclectic dining venues.
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.
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.
Tabula's Tomas Rueda believes in using simple ingredients, but the flavors he creates are anything but mundane.
Constructed with shipping containers guests in this unique Bogotá´space enjoy eating out "of the box".