The city has a wide range of restaurants and places for eating out, with offers which go from the traditional Creole food to international modern cooking. The culinary tradition dates back to the time of the Muisca, based on potatoes and corn (maize), used in dishes such as soups, tripe and stews. Typical traditional dishes range from tamales, roasted and fried food to desserts such as milk curd with molasses, or figs with caramel milk and wafers.
Known as the gastronomic capital of Colombia, Bogotá has approximately 700 restaurants where you can find delicious typical plates like Ajiaco, tamal or chocolate with cheese, and also avant-garde food which can surprise you every day.
The city has different gastronomic zones, for example: Zone C in La Candelaria where our hotel's El Mirador Restaurant offers a wide range of typical Colombian food, Zone M in La Macarena, Zone G in Quinta Camacho, Zone T or the Rose Zone in the north part of the city.