The space itself at Diana Garcia is painted yellow and is one of the smaller cafés in Bogotá. The food, meanwhile, is exceptionally cheap and yet rivals the best cuisine in the city. Diana Garcia is a great place for lunch, with plenty of sandwiches, wraps and crepes on the menu, all made with the best quality meats (or vegetables, depending how bloodthirsty you are). The waitresses are genuinely friendly and you will often see Diana Garcia (the head chef) in the kitchen or wandering around the café as proud head of her kitchen. Diana Garcia is also a prime pastry kitchen, and magnificently elaborate cakes are displayed throughout. There are plenty of liquors to wash down your lunch (and of course the standard cocktail fare, including mojitos and pisco sours) and although it can get busy at lunch hour, you wont be hurried to leave. All in all, Diana Garcia is a great little find.