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Museo Nacional can be on your route by default, the guests' piece of advice is to visit this restaurant. El Concejal offers Colombian food. Many guests come here to try perfectly cooked Ajiaco, laing and chicken.

The hospitable staff reflects the style and character of this place. Good service is something visitors like here. Based on the users' feedback on Google, this spot deserved 4.6.

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Miguel, the chef and master mind behind El Concejal, has been into ajiaco making for over twenty years.It was 22 years ago that I tried his ajiaco for the first time. Miguel, still a teenager, gathered around 15 of his highschool friends and after standing at the stove for most of the morning and afternoon served us a tasty and well textured ajiaco. At the time he made a point of serving (probably also cooking?) the ajiaco in a clay pot and respecting many of his family ajiaco cooking traditions.These gatherings continued for over many years. Highschool reunions, college friends, family events. Being methodical and curious as he is, probably also because of being a historian, over time he evolved his recipe, his method, his ideas on how to make the best ajiaco.Until, most probably out of need and after having been formally trained as a cook in Buenos Aires, he started selling 25 ajiacos out of his apartment's kitchen on Saturday afternoons. His enterprise, called exactly that "25 ajiacos", went for over one year. During this time he evolved a traditional family recipe into a professional one without sacrificing quality, but rather improving it.Having been witness over the years (as well as a line cook of sorts to a few of Miguel's ajiacos) I can without a doubt say that nowhere you will find an ajiaco that has been created with so much care, attention to detail and with so much thought about bringing the best of the ingredients' flavors and textures into the dining experience. From the thickness and slice direction of the potatoes to the sous vide temperature and size of the hand pulled chicken breast bites.You would hear some critics and dinners say that this ajiaco is not big enough or that it is too expensive. Just remember that in fine dining you pay for what it is not on your plate. This is at what El Concejal aims: fine dining grade ajiaco.You cannot get an ajiaco this good anywhere else! Einfach das beste Ajiaco der Welt! せかいのいちばんアヒアーコ
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Es sencillo:¡El mejor ajiaco de Bogotá!Está ubicado en un mercado tradicional de Bogotá.El propietario explica la preparación, la historia y ofrece buenas anécdotas sobre la cocina local.----------------------------------------It´s simple:The best Ajiaco in town!It is located in a traditional market in Bogotá.The owner explains the preparation, the history and offers good anecdotes about the local cuisine.
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Such an excellent place to have a typical Ajiaco. Very well served and stunning service.Quantity is good but quality is at another level. You'll feel tye real experience of Bogota through this dish.Highly recommended.Look for a table near place #43!Payment alternatives are:CashUsing TpagaDigital WalletOr direct transference from Bancolombia.Enjoy!"No es preparar un caldo y hacer ajiaco esEL CONCEJAL"
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Colombian, Soups
$$$$ Price range per person up to COP 7,900
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Cra. 5 #30A-30 Local 43
Bogotá, Bogota, Colombia
Cra. 5 #30A-30 Local 43, Bogotá, Bogota, Colombia
Parking Wheelchair accessible Outdoor seating Takeaway
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:30PM-3PM
MondayMon 12:30PM-3PM
TuesdayTue 12:30PM-3PM
WednesdayWed 12:30PM-3PM
ThursdayThu 12:30PM-3PM
FridayFri 12:30PM-3PM
SaturdaySat 12:30PM-3PM

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