This month we recommend you new proposals and some places inspired by Japanese, Indian, Mexican and Italian cuisine.



This is Japanese cuisine at its wildest. Since its arrival in the capital, this new and creative gastronomic proposal has become a must for locals and visitors who want to take their food to another level.

In Salvaje you will find a fusion of Japanese and local food, in an exquisite environment that evokes the flora and fauna of the Asian jungles. Music and cocktails will set the tone in each of the five environments – two terraces, a mixology bar, a sushi bar and the creations of the Venezuelan chef Fermín Azkue all await you in this fashionable Bogotá eatery.

Zona Rosa, Calle 83 No. 9-48, Hotel Bioxury
(+57) 314 331 3234

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Renata is the type of place you might enter thinking you’ll stay for a single taquito, but instead run the risk of spending hours and hours there, enjoying the good beers, tequila, salsa and cumbias. You can tell that the owners put a lot of thought into every detail of this warm space.

It’s not somewhere that tries to be swanky, it is a down to earth taquería, where the freshness of the tortillas is guaranteed. And that’s because the corn is milled all day every day here. Give them a visit and don’t hesitate to queue – you won’t regret it.

Zona Rosa, Carrera 14 No. 85-22

Mr. Romano

Fresh from the oven. Mr. Romano opened its doors in Bogotá on July 4, with a plan to conquer the capital with their casual food served in a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere. Their menu, consisting of seven pizzas, two salads, two desserts and various starters, will delight you.

Each flavor was meticulously thought through by its creators, Víctor Guerra and Andrea Pardo, to offer you a dining option infused with fresh and delicious products. They also have their own Mr. Romano beer, made with mandarin lemon and developed alongside Chelarte, which promises to be the perfect pairing for whatever you order.

Parque de la 93, Carrera 11 No. 93-27

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Namasté Indian Bar Food

This is Indian food, adapted for Colombian tastes. You can take a gastronomic tour through typical dishes from the north, center and south of India, and allow the sour, creamy and spicy flavors of its menu to tickle your taste buds. The Murgh biryani, a basmati rice with chicken and an in house sauce is a real highlight.

Namasté also has a unique beverage bar, designed to achieve the perfect pairings for your meals. Do not miss the lassis, typical yogurt-based smoothies, or their offer of old-world wines. And it’s no problem if you don’t want to leave your pet at home, as the restaurant has a petfriendly space.

Quinta Camacho, Calle 69A No. 10-05
(+57 1) 718 6078

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Photo credit: Namasté