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Misia

Bogotá . Multiple Locations (refer to map)

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Overall Rating

  • Ambience 80%
  • Service 90%
  • Food (Execution) 80%
  • Creativity 90%
  • Value 80%
Details for Location Reviewed
Misia

Locale: Bogotá, La Candelaria
Address: Transversal 6 #27-50

Telephone: +57 1 7954748
Restaurant Type: Casual Dining
Cuisine: Coffee - Bread - Pastries Service Type: Table Service Price: $$ Menu items offered: Breads and Pastries, Coffee, Desserts, Espresso, Grilled Steaks, Rice - Risotto, Salads, Seafood, Soups
Hours: Tue-Sat: 7am to 10pm Sun: 9am to 4pm

Restaurant Details
Misia

Locale: Bogotá, La Candelaria
Address: Transversal 6 #27-50

Telephone: +57 1 7954748
Restaurant Type: Casual Dining
Cuisine: Coffee - Bread - Pastries Service Type: Table Service Price: $$ Menu items offered: Breads and Pastries, Coffee, Desserts, Espresso, Grilled Steaks, Rice - Risotto, Salads, Seafood, Soups
Hours: Tue-Sat: 7am to 10pm Sun: 9am to 4pm

Summary of Review

Leo Espinoza, who has gained the reputation of being one of Colombia’s rising culinary stars. Misia offers breakfast and traditional Colombian comfort food in a clean, casual setting.

Summary of Review

Leo Espinoza, who has gained the reputation of being one of Colombia’s rising culinary stars. Misia offers breakfast and traditional Colombian comfort food in a clean, casual setting.

Restaurant Review for Misia

 

Review by: Ollie O
Rating: 4.4 stars
Review Date: 08/07/2017
(Music folky guitar with flamenco elements. No plugs to recharge a phone or laptop. )

Misia sits a stone’s throw from the Parque de Independencia, in the shadow her older brother, Leo (the much-lauded restaurant created by Leo Espinoza, who has gained the reputation of being one of Colombia’s rising culinary stars).

Misia offers breakfast and traditional Colombian comfort food in a clean, casual setting. Nothing elaborate about the décor. It’s sort of a cross between modern industrial and cutesy, quaint café (the kind with the occasional ceramic hen strewn about the room).

Pleasant folk-style guitar music and an occasional flamenco piece lightly billowing through the air. A clever mural on the back wall.

Apron-clad waiters and waitress. A black cook that resembled the famed Aunt Jemima. All the pieces in place for a good breakfast, right?

Every type of egg Colombian egg dish imaginable, some with sausage, some with a creamy white cheese, some with corn, fried, scrambled and served on a thing arepa, toasted until it’s crispy.

I opted for the Misia Tere, a scrambled egg, served atop some creamy white cheese, a sausage link, sliced into pieces, a glass of papaya juice and a cappuccino. All for about US $4.75 (14,000 pesos).

They also have some interesting breakfast egg casseroles, varieties with various ingredients, including the aforementioned cheese and scrambled eggs, sweet corn cut from the cob, and a variety of other local cheeses. You can see two examples in the slider.

Overall, a pleasant ambiance and good food at a better than reasonable price. A friendly, pleasant staff, offering attentive service.

It’s a short walk from La Calendaria and an even shorter walk from the Ibis Hotel across the street.

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