Usaquén is one of Bogotá’s most favored neighborhoods. Spanish Colonial buildings line cobblestone streets that meander around to a central plaza. Festivals, an independent theater and plenty of shopping, make Usaquén a popular spot for a Sunday gathering. Despite it’s old world charm, Usaquén offers some of the most progressive menus in the city. Here is a list of our ten favorite restaurants in Usaquén.
Created by Gastón Acurio, La Mar Cebicheria has been widely received in Usaquén. La Mar Cebicheria seats up to 380 patrons and people still line up out the door to get a table. The interior is dimly lit and consists of high ceilings, a brickwork interior and huge windows looking out to the street. Try the , arroz con mariscos and seared salmon.
80 Sillas specializes in seafood, with simple but well prepared dishes served in an uncomplicated and friendly manner. With a beautiful indoor and outdoor patio, 80 Sillas offers organic, contemporary décor. The menu is as simple and very tempting. Try the ceviches fillets, and steaks.
80 Sillas, Calle 118 # 64-05, Bogotá, Colombia, +57 1 6447766
14 Inkas is an original and fresh concept, Bogota’s take on Peruvian cuisine. The menu offers new and old Peruvian recipes. 14 Inkas is an excellent place for piqueos, causes, rices, tiraditos, pastas, fish, seafood and skipped. The second floor is beautifully lit and tasteful in decoration, with minimalist design by the renowned architect, Giancarlo Mazzanti.
14 Inkas, Cra. 12 # 84-55, Usaquen, Bogota, Colombia, +57 1 2574824