The sandwiches at the NY Deli are as good as any Upper East Side bagel bar, with meats, cheeses and artisan breads piled high, so it’s one of best places to eat in Bogotá when you fancy something from the good ol’ US of A. In some cases, the mimic beats the NY original, such as the proscuitto sandwich made from meat especially imported from Parma. The brunch here is also spectacular (the omelettes and hash browns are comfort food at its very best) and there are 17 types of burger to choose between. The décor is very casual; there’s an outdoor terrace, a minimalist white corridor lit by blue neon light and a larger dining area filled with sleek black leather sofas and small dining tables. An essential stop-off – if not for the milkshakes alone.