Masa serves up pastries so delicious you won’t believe you’re not in France. Accompany your flaky, buttery croissants with a rich chocolate or a perfectly made espresso. While these make up a perfect breakfast, you can also nip in for a pastry or coffee any time of the day. This place is worth the visit.
Al agua patos serves a brilliant brunch, making a French toast that is so good it should be famous. If you fancy something a bit lighter, their red fruits granola served with a delicious natural yogurt is recommended. The place is simply but elegantly decorated with wooden furniture and their food is presented beautifully.
Hibiscus attracts a friendly mix of locals and backpackers. This simple and cozy corner pad has great, quick set breakfasts featuring typical Colombian dishes including changua, a poached egg served in milk. The food here is incredible value and this is a great spot to lounge in at any time of the day.
Address: Cra. 3 #2-19, Bogotá, Colombia
A top local spot, Pan Fino serves coffee to the masses each morning of the week. Their coffee can be accompanied by typical pastries, including the delicious cheese bread called pan de bono. Blend in with the Bogotanos and order your coffee as a tinto (a small cup of sweet black coffee).
Address: Cl. 54 #6-37, Bogotá, Colombia
Club Colombia’s brunch is very much a big deal, so you will have to pre-book to be guaranteed a table. The restaurant serves typical Colombian food, expect big portions and a lot of meat on your breakfast plate, including sausage, bacon, minced meat and eggs galore too. Needless to say this is the place to come on a hungry day, and you might find the big brunch ends up being your only meal of the day.