Rafael, in the Zona G showcases the absolute best of fine Peruvian gastronomy with succulent and exotic flavors.
The monolithic structures of the peruvian restaurant 14 Inkas is home to a dining experience based on tradition.
Some Argentinean newcomers are expanding wine scene in Bogotá and best enjoyed with the grilled meats.
Bogotá may not be Colombia's beef capital, but there are still plenty of options when looking for a juicy steak.
Chef Navarro's spicy dishes makes this Mexican restaurant a must on the city's gastronomy circuit.
Bogotá's new Cantina y Punto serves up serious Mexican cuisine without the cliches and at reasonable prices.
With 2,300 bottles of the Mexican agave, Bogotá's Museo del Tequila promises great Mexican cuisine and mariachi at your table.
The dining experience of La Despensa is accentuated by many settings; including an outdoor terrace for the casual "get together."
The famous Guayaquil seafood restaurant opens its doors in a renovated Rosales house and boasts an impressive selection of dishes.