Halong Vietnamita

19,000 COP – 32,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Boho
  • What to Try: The Halong tea to drink paired with a bowl of Pho. If you want something on the lighter side, their shrimp banh mi is also a great pick.
  • Pro Tips: The entire space is a private botanical garden. Make sure to stroll around the area after your meal to check it out!


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Sushi Gama

19,900 COP – 69,900 COP

  • The Vibe: Casual
  • What to Try: The plantain roll is absolutely delicious. Pair it with a cup of sake or opt for one of 20Mission’s delicious beers.
  • Pro Tips: The place is really popular, and so the wait for the food can be a while. Order a drink or two while you wait for the food to come out, you won’t be disappointed.


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Tamagotchi Ramen Bar

15,000 COP – 33,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Oriental
  • What to Try: Order a bowl of the Tamagotchi Ramen. Pair it with the lychee and ginger lemonade.
  • Pro Tips: Don’t let the outside of the building fool you! Once you enter, the space transports you straight to Japan.


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Pizzería Olivia Manila

12,500 COP – 55,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Romantic
  • What to Try: Order a Hawaiian pizza and ask about their wine pairings. All of them are oven-baked and delicious!
  • Pro Tips: The pizzas come in 32 cm, which is enough for 6 people (or one very hungry person).


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Lorenzza Pizza

12,000 COP – 43,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Industrial
  • What to Try: Order the sangria lemonade and pair it with one of their calzones. They also have delicious pasta!
  • Pro Tips: The space is small but cozy, and is open on the weekends when other spots are closed.


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Pane e Pomodoro Poblado-Manila- Pizzeria 100% italiana

20,500 COP – 35,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Rustic
  • What to Try: Their menu of the day. This features a choice of pasta or pizza paired with a salad.
  • Pro Tips: The meals are on the smaller side, so make for a great light dinner rather than a hearty meal to fill you up.


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Helecho Vegan Sushi

22,000 COP – 24,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Hippie
  • What to Try: Tempura roll and the peanut curry. Both are delicious and you’d never know they were vegetarian!
  • Pro Tips: This is a small spot with tables that only seat two at a time. It’s best for couples or individuals.


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Vegan & Veggie

23,900 COP – 32,900 COP

  • The Vibe: Hippie
  • What to Try: The menu of the day is great. It’s traditional Colombian food with a vegetarian twist! Pair it with one of their kombuchas.
  • Pro Tips: The seating is limited, so don’t plan to go in a big group.


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AMA – Restaurante-Café-Mercado Orgánico-A Granel

15,000 COP – 30,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Country
  • What to Try: The vegan ajiaco followed by the vegan bandeja paisa. It’s a lot of food, but totally worth it.
  • Pro Tips: They have a lovely organic market with great vegan produce and souvenirs. Also, be sure to ask about their downstairs patio. It’s super cozy and private!


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Restaurante Café Creta

31,500 COP – 35,900 COP

  • The Vibe: Oriental
  • What to Try: The Shish Lahmi Aldaan, a delicious lamb kebab! Pair it with a glass of the house wine and finish off with a slice of Baklava.
  • Pro Tips: They have some great light appetizers and desserts which are excellent for a middday pick-me-up.


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Western Wings

10,000 COP – 24,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Sports
  • What to Try: Our favorite wings are the honey mustard. However, if you’re into spicy, try the red devil wings.
  • Pro Tips: This is a great place to watch a sports game. They mostly show soccer games, but you can catch basketball and other games during championships.


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Barbacoa Burguer & Beer Manila

21,900 COP – 39,900 COP

  • The Vibe: Laid-back
  • What to Try: Every year they participate in the Burger Master competition. Ask about this year’s Burger Master meal and give it a shot – it won’t disappoint!
  • Pro Tips: They have several TVs with live sports games. They also have a great selection of beers and outdoor seating, making it an ideal spot to watch a game.


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Restaurante Malevo

50,000 COP – 250,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Traditional Argentinian
  • What to Try: Try the wine and meat pairing. This is a great way to experience tons of different Argentinian flavors at once!
  • Pro Tips: The place gets pretty full on weekends, but is relatively empty during the week.


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Tagliata Carne y Pasta

35,900 COP – 54,900 COP

  • The Vibe: Romantic
  • What to Try: Order the Beef medallions with your choice of potatoes and sauteed vegetables. Pair it with a glass of Malbec for a delicious finish.
  • Pro Tips: They offer table decorations if you make a reservation, which is perfect for birthdays and special occasions!


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Clandestino Restaurante Lounge

36,000 COP – 44,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Speakeasy
  • What to Try: Any of the dishes with the word “Clandestino” in them are great. We recommend the Clandestino pasta paired with a house mojito!
  • Pro Tips: There’s a rooftop bar which is great to check out after your meal. There are also several different zones in the restaurant for you to enjoy dining in.


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Oh La La Bistrot

16,000 COP – 25,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Romantic
  • What to Try: The salmon croquettes are a great appetizer. For the main course, try the cordon bleu or the baked salmon.
  • Pro Tips: This is a cozy spot that’s great for a date. Just be warned that most of the appetizers are raw.


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Restaurante Frutos del Mar

80,000 COP – 250,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Romantic
  • What to Try: Get the oysters on the half shell to start and lobster for the main course. If you have room, finish off with a flan and a black coffee!
  • Pro Tips: This is a great place to go when you want a fancy night out. They have an extensive wine menu with some great white wines.


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Herbario Restaurante

35,000 COP – 65,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Modern
  • What to Try: The Caldereta de Mariscos paired with a Biche Enlulado. If you have room, add the Cremoso de gulupa!
  • Pro Tips: The space is huge and makes a great place to host a party, wedding reception, or another event.


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Idilico Restaurante

36,000 COP – 40,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Cozy
  • What to Try: Try the white tempura fish (Pesca Blanca Tempura) with a glass of rosé Malbec. If you’ve got room, finish with the Guanabana y Flor de Jamaica. It’s a delicious merengue with unique ice cream!
  • Pro Tips: Everything on the menu is great, so come hungry! The space is also small, which makes for great intimate dates.


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Mamasita Medallo

37,000 COP – 49,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Tiki bar
  • What to Try: Try the guayaba cocktail and pair it with the Chuzo de Punta Anca. It comes out hot, so be prepared!
  • Pro Tips: They run happy hour drink specials with a long list of cocktails. Make sure to get there around opening time to take advantage!


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Lucho Arepas

11,000 COP – 25,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Street food
  • What to Try: Try the house arepa. It’s stuffed full of all the paisa favorites – beans, chicharrón, rice, and corn.
  • Pro Tips: Great late-night food and super fast as well.


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Diverso – Unión de cocinas

6,000 COP – 45,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Boho
  • What to Try: Start with the empanadas and the chicarrón caramelizado. Make sure to order one of their macchiatos – they’re strong and delicious!
  • Pro Tips: There are five different restaurants, each selling something a bit different. Come back a couple of different days or visit at different hours for unique flavors!


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Lavocadería Manila

21,900 COP – 31,900 COP

  • The Vibe: Themed
  • What to Try: Try the avoburger and make sure to taste the avocado lemonade! It sounds odd, but trust us, it’s good.
  • Pro Tips: Go on an empty stomach as the meals are big and there’s so much good food to try you’ll want to eat it all.


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Tal Cual

14,000 COP – 55,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Cozy
  • What to Try: The octopus carpaccio to start followed by the ribs in tamarind sauce. Plus, you’ve got to get a Pisco Mango Biche, which is a traditional Peruvian alcohol.
  • Pro Tips: It’s better to go earlier in the day as it gets a bit busy at night. They also run a Sunday brunch if you want to have a hearty weekend meal!


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Restaurante peruano Uros

26,000 COP – 30,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Typical
  • What to Try: Try one of their seafood platters. It’s a trio of three different traditional Peruvian platters. Also, pair it with the chicha morada, a traditional Peruvian drink.
  • Pro Tips: During the evenings they sometimes have live music! The music is all Peruvian and Colombian and is a nice way to enjoy some culture.


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