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Founded in 1982 in the City of the Moon, it opens its doors to delight all the visitors from here and there. With an original environment, full of details this Pagan Paradise bewitches, mutes and entertain to everyone
$50 - $100
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks
Steakhouse, Caribbean, Latin, Bar, Barbecue, South American, Colombian
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Valet Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi
The place/restaurant is a most which all the decor or art deco throughout the restaurant. The food is excellent and definite you need to be ready to eat and have fun at the same time. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable of the menu with...More
This place, we were recommended by both friends and different travel sites. They were all right. Andres Carne de Res is a fantastic place and a true experience. The enormousness of the place could have effected both the food and the service, but non of...More
We went here after recommendation from friends. Our waiter and waitress were awesome (see attached photos for names). The Male waiter recommended what I choose for dinner after I asked for assistance. It was awesome meal (photo attached). Half jug of sangria to go with...More
I expected Andres Carne de Res to be highlight of trip and was the biggest disapointment. We even traveled to the original one in Chias. The prices are high enough to expect the best. The quality of food was average to poor. Service and atmosphere...More
We opted to schlep to Chia from Bogota bc this is the original Andres CD. There’s one in Bogota proper, but we were happy with visiting the original to get out of the city. We took Uber both ways and it was like $13 usd...More
I went to this restaurant with my family for late lunch so I cant say how is the party in this place however I understand it can get crowded.
The place is huge divided in 3 buildings.
The decor is unusual and it feels cramped...More
I was there about 10 days ago after a tour. Andres is massive and the Xmas lights were beautiful. The restaurant and the dance floor were packed. Andres is a place for those who can tolerate loud music. The big disappointment was the food. Small...More
Hi! I just saw your question. I would not recommend this restaurant for a solo traveller. It is excellent and a different dining experience, but it is located in Chia, far from Bogota (45 minutes). The one in Bogota I have... More
Hi! I just saw your question. I would not recommend this restaurant for a solo traveller. It is excellent and a different dining experience, but it is located in Chia, far from Bogota (45 minutes). The one in Bogota I have been told is not as authentic. Transportation is expensive, between $70-80 roundtrip. You may be able to get there on Uber, but on the way back you will have to take an authorized taxi service at the restaurant because no Uber will pick you up. They also serve a lot of food. I would recommend instead Gaira, located in Usaquen, which is owned by Carlos Vives, an international pop star. The food is excellent and they usually have a 1 hour show. I went on a Monday and they did not have a cover charge, but I was told on weekends there is one. The food is excellent, the show was great, and the service first class. It is very popular so make sure you make reservations early, even from your home country.