Spanish-influenced tapas fill the tables in Donostia, one of the restaurants in Bogota which is popular with both locals and tourists alike, and are washed down by plenty of Argentinean and Spanish wine. Daily specials (which are determined by the fresh produce of the morning) are chalked up on the blackboard above the bar, and include a bounty of fresh seafood, as well as delicious meats (the pork ribs are a speciality), and Middle Eastern cuisine, such as the freshly-baked falafel. Donostia serves simple dishes, but everything is presented beautifully, and the creative attention to detail lifts every dish above your standard expectations. The dark ceiling beams and brick walls are undeniably chic, and every space is crammed with leather-padded booths and bar stools. In short, Donostia offers good food and atmospheric interiors for the perfect taster of Colombian culture.