Osaki is one of the restaurants in Bogota owned by Tamaki – he is also responsible for the formal dining spots 80 Sillas and Central Cevicherion. The food at all his restaurants is excellent, but Osaki has more of an informal air than its sophisticated sister establishments. Light wooden beams and plenty of glass give an Oriental feel, with the large sushi counter as the focus of the restaurant. But the tables are simple and unadorned, and no reservations are necessary; Osaki has no high pretensions, but serves good Asian food at a reasonable price. The calamari stir-fry is delicious, as are the various rolls on offer, but the sushi here is the prime delight. All the fish is extremely fresh, and the menu offers staple salmon rolls, as well as more adventurous options. Come at lunchtime and plenty of businessmen, students, and exhausted shoppers stop by at the last-minute to grab a seat and fill their tables with Osaki’s many offerings.