We ate at the location in Usaquen, near the Hacienda Santa Barbara. Although primarily a beef place, the restaurant also offers many vegetarian options. We sat in the dining room that doubled as a hydroponic garden, with lettuces and herbs growing around us. There were also dozens of tomato plants growing in the windows. My friend got an Angus burger, and I got a turkey burger, both with onion rings. We were there for lunch, but the waiters were very pushy and tried to get us to order large steaks instead. We stood our ground, and the burgers were big enough. We were pleased with our selection. With a soft drink for each us, our bill came to about US$16 per person, including tax and service. Not too bad, but a bit pricy for a burger and soda.
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