This grill restaurant on the road to the Parque Arqueológico serves up the best food in town, with generous portions of quality roast meats, steaks and a variety of fish dishes prepared in the open kitchen. A great …
Run by a former hotel chef, this small restaurant produces a very good Colombian set meal. The juices are excellent, and there’s actually something resembling a salad on your plate. Great value.
The place to come if you’re in dire need of a vegetarian meal. The thick chocolate pancakes are reportedly excellent, too.
Owned by an expat German woman, this small shopfront sells great, freshly made pizza. She even makes her own chorizo, and on weekends, lasagna from scratch.
A local institution, El Fogón serves up big portions of Colombian favorites and an excellent-value set lunch (COP$6000). There is another branch close to the Parque Arqueológico.
A little way out of town, this unpretentious restaurant serves authentic traditional Italian plates, including a selection of homemade pastas. A taxi here costs around COP$4000.
Locals and visitors alike love this French bakery that serves up fancy cakes and pastries made fresh every morning.