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.

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.

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.
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.
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.

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.

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.

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.
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.