Inside Centrico the dim lighting, dark woods and recycled, industrial details aim to keep your focus on the breathtaking view of Colombia’s capital. Head Chef, Francisco Pinzón has created a menu that combines traditional dishes and local ingredients with international influences. Try the classic confit octopus with potatoes or Serrano fritters with onion jam that are popular amongst regulars. Each dish is designed to be paired with a wine, vodka, tequila or beer for a taste sensation, although the food hold its own. As diners finish up, Centrico turns into a ramba-induced party. A young crowd carves up the dancefloor to mostly Latin beats with reasonably priced drinks in hand. Great food, booze and music aside, Centrico is sure to provide you with a view you won’t be forgetting in a hurry.