Andres Carne de Res Restaurant Chia

Opened over 30 years ago, Andrés Carne de Res has become one of the best restaurants in Colombia. Actually, they have two restaurants: one in the north of Bogotá and the biggest one in Chía, in the outside of the city. We focus here on Andrés Carne de Res in Chía, the best place to go out in Bogotá and probably one of the best parties in Colombia along with Delirio in Cali.

Famous Decoration of Andrés Carne de Res, Chía=> To know more about Andrés Carne de Res in Bogotá, read our review of Andrés D.C in Zona T.

There are three main aspects that make this place a must-see: delicious food, baroque and over the top decoration and the cheerful colombian party.

Budget
It's expensive even for Colombian standards. Between 30,000 and 60,000 COP for a main dish. Drinks start at 15,000 COP for a beer.
After 6pm there is a cover of 10,000 COP on Fridays and 15,000 COP on Saturdays.

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How to get to Andres Carne de Res in Chia?
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Kitchen at Andrés Carne de Res, Chía

=> It's a long way to get to Chía and you will probably need a taxi, but the efforts will we rewarded with an unforgettable night. Check out what our collaborator Lilli has to say about this place!

Getting to Andrés Carne de Res in Chía can get a little complicated. Unless you have a friend who is willing to drive and stay sober the whole night, you better share a taxi on your that can cost around 70,000 COP one way. If you go early, you can take the Transmilenio to the North Terminal and take a bus to Chía. Chía is a pleasant town so it is also a nice idea to get there early and prepare the party there. If you're going in a big group, you can rent a van or small bus to drive you and take you back to Bogotá (20,000 COP).

Andrés Carne de Res Chía
Via Chia-Cota, Calle 3A No. 11A-5
Tel: (57 1) 863 7880
http://www.andrescarnederes.com / http://elmegafonodeandres.blogspot.com/

=> Check out our video of Andrés Carne de Res, Chía on the right!

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Andres Carne de Res by Lili Hrabchak
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Banda en vivo Andres Carne de res de Chia

Our last day in Bogotá ended up with a party in Andrés Carne de Res. I haven't been in a place like this one. It can host around 2.000 people, but the decoration is so amazing, that it feels like a cozy and intimate restaurant. The manu arrived in a metallic box with a grip that opened to hundreds of options. Naturally, almost every this has meat on it.

One of the main and most famous dishes is prepared with a cotton cloth, previously sprinkled with salt and orgeano. A veal fillet is placed and rolled with it, and left directly over the burning charcoal.

It's cooked for 8 minutes on each side, until it looks like a charred peace of wood. I was surprised to see that, after the burned part its broken and separated, the inside shows a tender a juicy peace of meat.

There was a festive environment, an electric atmosphere and a very appealing and cheerful music, with live bands during the night. An orchestra, consisting of 4 men in costums, threw streamers to the happy guest. But our downfall came with the "aguardiente", a local liquor made of sugar cane and anise that we drank one after the other one.

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