Open for almost 70 years, Pajares Salinas is a traditional Spanish restaurant that has stood the test of time and remains a popular dining spot for both business and pleasure. In a smart dining room with white tablecloths and brightly painted walls, the restaurant serves Spanish classics such as meatballs in sherry sauce, Rioja-style prawns and black pudding. Originally founded by Spanish chef Saturnino Pajares in 1953, the restaurant is now run by siblings Zuleima and José Augusto. Don’t miss the delicious homemade smoked trout, which was so sought-after in the 1950s that it sparked several copy cats.
Cra. 10, 96-8, Chicó Norte, Bogota,