In the corner of Avenida Jiménez and Carrera 7 there is a McDonald’s restaurant. From the tables on the second floor you have a good view over what is happening on the street below. I had spent some time around the Parque Santander and was becoming really hungry. As I knew McDonald’s was situated nearby it seemed like a better option than to search for another restaurant.
It is like most McDonald’s and a Big Mac menu cost 9500 pesos (August 2007).
The restaurant is open between 7 - 20.30.
A restaurant chain in Bogotá.
Offers different kinds of crepes and sweet waffles, aswell as salads and ice-cream.
The waffles are really suggestable.
Favorite Dish: Mini Waffles with Arequipe-ice-cream, chocolate sauce and nuts.
A Burger-restaurant chain.
You'll maybe get one of the best burgers in the world there, but (compared) also one of the most expensive.
In "Atlantis" mall and "Parque 93" there are "El Corral gourmet" where you get the "same" stuff, but served as in a normal restaurant.
Relatively inexpensive, doesn't accept credit cards. Good place to take kids.
Favorite Dish: An extensive selection of lunch/dinner crepes and waffles, as well as large bread bowls filled with entree ingredients.
Variety of desserts, my favorite was the nutella waffle with strawberries.
This chain of restaurants offers the best fresh salads, served with portions large enough for two. The also have desserts to finish off with. So eat light , then have a great ice cream dessert. You can also stop in for just Ice cream and coffee.
Favorite Dish: Mediterean Salad