Reviews of French food in Bogotá. For European flair high up in the Andes, it's hard to beat the classic cooking of a good French restaurant.

El Chato: A Bogotá restaurant on par with the very best

Though El Chato may be a household name to many diners, with a new venue and menu, chef Alvaro Clavijo is reaching for gastronomical stars.

Chapinero Alto’s very European Café Bar

Two European-trained chefs open a gem of a restaurant in Chapinero Alto with a bistro air and seasonal menu.

Maison Kayser reaches a milestone in Bogotá

Maison Kayser offers great value lunches and a menu adapted to the Colombian palate. The King of Bread also has a very sweet tooth.
Fresh baguettes and almond croissants are coveted items at the authentic French bakery.

A taste of Paris

This French bakery in La Candelaria sells delicious almond croissants and an assortment of fresh bread.

Gaspar: A relaxed gourmand in Bogotá’s Parque 93

Chef Alvaro Clavijo is behind a relaxed French style bistro facing the Parque 93 and a welcome newcomer to this neighbourhood’s fussy dining scene.

Marietta brings “new French” gastronomy to Bogotá

Marietta is an example of a common vision of two dedicated chefs who know their French recipes and are not afraid to take risks with gastronomy.
Balzac is Bogotá is both an oyster bar and French restaurant.

Balzac: the French cut

With its oyster bar and traditional French steak frites, Balzac excels in a real world of good food.
The quaint restaurant Bonaparte offers clients an authentic French lunch.

Bonaparte: Crepes ‘centro’

This authentic French restaurant offers a variety of classic dishes as well as savoury and sweet crepes.