Restaurants

Top Choice Seafood in Bogotá

Central Cevicheria

This good-time, high-concept cevicheria is the real deal: Bogotá's high and mighty ogle over the superb ceviches, split into spicy and nonspicy categories, of which there are a dozen inventive offerings. Reservation…
Top Choice Seafood in Capurganá & Sapzurro

Josefina's

Scour the entire coast and you won't find better seafood – or a more wonderful welcome – than at Josefina's. Her crab in spicy coconut-cream sauce, served in impossibly crispy, wafer-thin plantain cups, is superb, a…
Top Choice Seafood in Providencia

Caribbean Place

Follow the wine-bottle-strewn pathway that leads to this charming place, and discover one of the island's culinary highlights. Though the wonderful seafood isn't cheap, Bogotá-trained chef Martin Quintero has succee…
Top Choice Seafood in San Andrés

Donde Francesca

Right on the beach, this breezy place may be little more than a shack, but it serves up absolutely delicious traditional Caribbean food such as langostinos al coco (breaded crayfish deep fried with coconut), pulpo a…
Top Choice Seafood in Providencia

Café Studio

The island's best restaurant is run by a Canadian–Raizal couple and the food is an absolute delight, both memorable and reasonably priced. Highlights include the island-style crab, lobster tails in garlic sauce and …
Top Choice Seafood in San Andrés

Restaurante La Regatta

The islands' best restaurant, La Regatta is housed on a wooden pontoon structure over the sea at the Club Náutico in San Andrés Town. Despite a healthy dose of pirate kitsch, it has a formal, white-linen tablecloth …
Top Choice Seafood in Cartagena

La Cevicheria

This place is tiny and hidden, but its ceviche is the best this side of heaven, and its chili sauce would scare Lucifer. Each dish is prepared with panache and elegance: the octopus in peanut sauce is incredible, as…
Seafood in Cartagena

La Vitrola

Perfectly lit and comfortably furnished, this 400-year-old colonial home converted to a seafood restaurant is famous – and deservedly so. The mero (grouper) Don Román, with a tamarind, nam pla (fish sauce) and chili…
Seafood in Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona

Estadero Doña Juana

Take a boat from Bahía Neguange over to gorgeous Playa Cristal (also known locally as Playa del Muerto – which translates to Beach of the Dead – little wonder they decided on a name change) and head straight for Doñ…
Seafood in Providencia

El Diviño Niño

A simple restaurant on Providencia's best beach, this place is a gorgeous spot for a long lunch with waves lapping at your feet. Feast on fresh fish, lobster, crab or just order the superb seafood plato mixto and a …