Central Cevicheria is one of the best restaurants in Bogota for ceviche and the heated terrace shelters customers regardless of hour or weather. The tables are crammed together under the umbrellas to house as many young students and couples as possible, while live Cuban music and conversation fuelled by lychee martinis guarantees a lively atmosphere. Central Cevicheria is busy every day of the week, and positively overflowing on weekends; this popularity is all due to the outstanding fish on offer here. There are over 20 types of ceviche, a delicious seafood soup, and a variety of fresh fish served whole. And although the selection of desserts is considerably smaller, each are utterly delicious, so be sure to save room (the banana bread pudding and dark chocolate tart are truly wonderful). The staff is friendly and keen, and if you’re planning on a night out in Zona T then Central Cevicheria is great place to start your evening.