This branch of Peruvian mega-chef Gastón Acurio’s flagship Lima restaurant introduced true contemporary Peruvian food to Bogotá when it opened in 2005. Since then, dozens of other Peruvian restaurants in the city have opened, yet this refined brick building with white tablecloths and wood floors has maintained its level of service and its menu of updated Peruvian classics. The lounge-y bar area is a good spot for pisco sours and snacking on cancha serrana (toasted corn kernels).