The stunning black-and-white glass front of 14 Inkas, one of the Peruvian restaurants in Bogota, is an eyecatching masterpiece designed by celebrated architect Ginarcarlo Mazzanti. A branch pattern decorates the tower, and waist-high concrete letters spell out the restaurant name. Inside, primary colours reflect the informal atmosphere at 14 Inkas with blue tables, red sofas and yellow pictures along the walls. 14 Inkas serves exceptional Peruvian cuisine in a more relaxed atmosphere than many of the other high-end Peruvian restaurants in Bogotá. Young couples and families flock accordingly, and the restaurant has taken care to include plenty of children’s options. But past 8pm on a Friday and Saturday night, 14 Inkas becomes increasingly filled with Bogotá’s ‘it’ crowd as models and musicians begin their night with olive octopus and mango pisco. The food is superb, and the atmosphere lively, with a second floor bar at which to enjoy some of the restaurant’s homemade cocktails.