Discover Restaurants offering the best Colombian food in Bogota, New Jersey, United States. Bogota is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 8,187, reflecting a decline of 62 (-0.8%) from the 8,249 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 425 (+5.4%) from the 7,824 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 19 reviews
Hackensack, NJ, is one of those older, poorer cities that tends to be visited during work hours and is a little dicey at night. But tucked away in downtown Hackensack, there is a little gem of a restaurant called Villa de Colombia.This Colombian has a modern, crisp, clean and comfortable decor and a solicitous, skilled wait staff. That's a nice base on which to build and a delicious menu completes a terrific dining experience. The shrimp in garlic butter had this little citrus finishing note that made them a delicious treat. They should use a larger shrimp, even if it adds to the price a little. At $8, it could take another hit for larger shrimp. The main courses were exciting. Bandeja Paisa, a very traditional Colombian dish, featured a crispy pork strip and a delicious steak with rice, beans and a fried egg on top. Very special. Villacol, a house specialty, is a perfectly prepared (medium rare) skirt steak accompanied by shrimp wrapped in crispy bacon and creamy smooth mashed potatoes. Villa de Colombia is a real treat, and very reasonably priced. Hackensack doesn't deserve its bad reputation, particularly when there's such a dining delight right in the center of the city.
4 based on 35 reviews
Had a great evening with friends that are regulars there so left the ordering to them. Had empanadas, guacamole and calamari for starters with a large pitcher of white sangria which was great. Everyone at the table ordered a different entree which included grilled salmon grilled steak arroz concamarones. Every dish was delicious more sangria and finished with Colombian coffees flan and tre leche cake. Again delicious.
4 based on 11 reviews
The Sal & Pimienta restaurant in Teaneck, NJ has outstanding Colombian food. It is a family-owned business with the wife, husband, daughter and son all working there. They have great service and absolutely delicious fresh food every time I eat there. My favorite dish is Tilapia with mixed vegetables and tostones!
4 based on 15 reviews
Bohemia, Jersey's only AA 4 Rosetted restaurant, is located at The Club Hotel & Spa along with it's very popular bar. Bohemia was voted one of the top 25 restaurants in the UK by Egon Ronay and has been awarded a Michelin Star for the 4th year in 2008. Vo
Hag a family outing here a couple of weeks ago and had a very good time.Laughed and joked with waiters,a little too much wine at this BYOB,but very good appetizers and main entries.Way too much food,but it was our doing,we had calamari,rice balls and a shrimp appetizers and then we all shared each others mains.Colombian in name but a lot of the dishes were similar to the one we order i our favorite Cuban restaurants.A very good time was had by all.
3 based on 21 reviews
This place is great. There are 4 others. They are in NY. Tons of great grilled meat. BYOB. They have Sangria. I think the other locations have alcohol. Classic
Have been visiting Pollos Mario for many years, starting back with the location when we lived in NY. This was our family's Friday night dinner spot - good food, reasonable prices, and great service. However, since about June 2016, the experience has been going downhill. The food is mediocre at best, the bowls of beans are just water with nearly nothing inside, and the waiter (yes, we get stuck with the same guy each week) is terrible - constantly forgetting to bring me (the one who pays the bill) something from my order or my drinks. For years, there was a lovely waitress there on Friday nights (Angelica?) who knew exactly what our kids wanted and provided wonderful service. I work too hard to give my money to a place that treats me and my family poorly.I can say that I'm giving Mario a break for a very long time. There is no shortage of other Colombian spots (or restaurants for that matter) in the area. Para la duena, se esta danando el negocio y sus clientes fieles ya no aceptaran este nivel de servicio y comida mediocre. La suplico, areglalo antes que pierdes todos sus clientes a la competencia.
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