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The capital of Colombia, Bogota is a metropolitan city surrounded by a lot of natural beauty. For Muslim visitors Bogota has a few masjids. The city has a shortage of halal restaurants. However, visitors can find a few vegetarian places and some seafood...more

Bogotá, Colombia

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The capital of Colombia, Bogota is a metropolitan city surrounded by a lot of natural beauty. For Muslim visitors Bogota has a few masjids. The city has a shortage of halal restaurants. However, visitors can find a few vegetarian places and some seafood restaurants to dine at.

 

 

Halal Restaurants

There is just one reported halal restaurant in Bogota; the Iqra- Comida Pakistani Restaurant at Calle 114A No. 45-32, Local 19, Centro Comercial Alhambra, Bogota D.E, Bogota D.C. There are a number of vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Bogota that offer good options for dining. Some of the vegetarian restaurants in the city include:

  • Sana que Sana (Vegan cuisine) at Calle 95 No. 11A-18, Bogota, Colombia.
  • Quinua y Amaranto (Vegetarian) at Calle 11 # 2-95 La Candelaria, Bogota, Colombia.
  • Naturalmente Vegan Food (Vegan, Vegetarian) at Centro Internacional Bogota | Cra 6 30 20, Bogota 123, Colombia.
  • Kefir (Vegetarian) at Calle 122, #7a - 50 | Usaquen, Bogota, Colombia.
  • Dhaba (Vegetarian) at AV Calle 28 # 24-27 Local 2 | Teusaquillo, Bogota 111111, Colombia.

Mosques

The Muslims in Bogota are of Middle Eastern, African, Central Asian, Lebanese and Syrian descent. There are no specific neighbourhoods with a majority of Muslim population but you can find a few living around the masjids. Here is a list of masjids in Bogota.

  • Masjid Istanbul at calle 45a Nº 14-81, Bogota 111311.
  • Masjid of Bogota at Centro Calle 80 NO 30-20, Bogota.
  • Islamic Association of Bogota at Carrera 9A #11-65, Bogota, Cundinamarca.

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