Top Bogota Veg Picks of the Week

Even though I went to Medellin this week to pick up a care package my family sent me (thanks guys!), I still managed to hit up a couple of different vegetarian restaurants in Bogota this past week.

Maha: Carrera 7, #46 – 42

Maha Vegetarian Restaurant Bogota Colombia

the impressive Mexican fajita

This is my new favorite place to eat in Bogota. Their menu was sent straight from the vegetarian dreamland. Not only do they have the usual menu of the day, but they also have a ton of other options like sandwiches, Mexican, Asian, different types of vegetarian hamburgers, Italian, and alternative cocktails (alcohol free). I went for the Mexican fajita, which satisfied my eternal craving for Mexican food for that day. Head upstairs to eat, they have cool Asian seating and this awesome mural:

Maha Vegetarian Restaurant Bogota Colombia

the cool mural

Sabyi: Carrera 24, #86A-40, Polo Club

Sabyi vegetarian restaurant Bogota Colombia

menu of the day at Sabyi

Sabyi is found in Bogota’s exclusive Polo Club neighborhood. Unfortunately, it’s menu prices match the cost of the surrounding barrio, with this set menu costing almost 10,000 pesos, or $5 USD. On the plus side, they have their own brand of vegetarian products and they’re open on Sundays!

  • Prem
    November 20, 2010

    Thanks for this, I am in Bogota on a Business trip, am vegeterian, and have not enjoyed the food so far. Will try these restaurants

  • Anonymous
    November 20, 2010

    There are a ton of vegetarian restaurants in Bogota in most popular neighborhoods. Good luck :)

  • Dave
    March 16, 2011

    My fear of life in Bogota is the lack of E and SE Asian food. Will I be able to find a decent bowl of vegetarian noodle soup anywhere? Or just decent E and SE Asian food? Did you cook food while you were there or just eat out all the time? Would I be even able to find the materials to cook Asian food?

  • Jasmine Stephenson
    March 16, 2011

    I think you can find just about anything in Bogota… there’s a Mongolian Buffet, sushi, and Thai in La Candelaria alone. I cook food here and eat out… it’s a massive city and there are eating options for everyone. I think you’ll be fine!

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