The terrace of Niko Café overlooks all the hustle and chaos of Zona T but it manages to be one of the more calm places to eat in Bogota with just a hum of background noise and conversation when you’re inside. Well-dressed families meeting from their respective high-end jobs stop here after work, and although the restaurant is quiet on Mondays, by the end of the week the dining room is filled with local revellers and young couples. Thankfully, the staff here makes sure that nobody waits too long for a table, and once seated the service is impeccable. Only the best cuts of meat are served, and every dish is subtly-flavoured to produce simple food done well. The waiters are very accommodating to special requests and children, and are also happy to advise on wines. Niko Café holds no particular niche, but that’s because it doesn’t need one – good food and service ensure that it has plenty of customers.