The building of Café Renault, one of the restaurants in Bogota serving international cuisine, is modern, with glass walls and metal awnings, and inside the design is refreshingly simple. The restaurant is very spacious, with plenty of room to pad out business deals on the phone or sit alone and work. The menu is huge; there are choices from every nation, including Spanish tapas, Middle Eastern dishes, Vietnamese rolls and masses of Italian pasta. There’s also a make-your-own sandwich option and a fresh sushi bar. All the food is good, though it’s generally best to order simpler dishes (more unusual foods are better prepared in speciality restaurants); so while the chicken yaki soba is just OK, the sushi rivals any in the city. With the right order, Café Renault provides an excellent bite.