Quick Reviews are short peeks at restaurants in Colombia.
Andrés Carne de Res
Andrés Carne de Res is one of those restaurants in Colombia that you can’t miss while visiting Bogota. As soon as you enter the restaurant you’ll be met the craziness that has become its trademark. Musicians wander from table to table to play typical Latin ballads, waiters are dressed in colorful outfits, and random objects such as steel cows and neon hearts dangle from the ceiling.
The menu is almost 70 pages long, filled with perhaps all the Colombian dishes that exist. Everything is delicious, but as the name suggest, this place shines when it comes to meat preparations like lomo al trapo.
The original restaurant is in Chía, but if you have a tough time getting out of the city, try the one in the Zona Rosa restaurant area in Bogota for a crazy, fun night out.
Calle 3 N° 11A – 56, Chia
Zona Rosa location: Calle 82 #12-21, Bogota