Soy Vida - Barrio Esmeralda

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 7 reviews )

Carrera 52, no. 44-31, Bogota, Colombia, 111321

Vegetarian restaurants with a few locations. Offers set lunches which vary from day to day. Seventh-Day Adventist owner; formerly Salud Integral. Sells a few grocery items. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm, Sun 9:00am-5:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Take-out, Colombian

7 Reviews

First Review by Laura Grainger

Pasen por la tienda - Edit

Todos los dias tienen diferentes opciones de almuerzo a un precio razonable. Pero lo mejor de todo es la tienda, venden batidos con proteina de quinua, amaranto, soya, entre otros, que son deliciosos!!

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amazing food - Edit

Delicious food, portions are big, great service

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Voy a menudo a este restaurante - Edit

Platos deliciosos, buena cantidad de jugo.

El almuerzo del día es a un precio razonable, porque no es poco y es delicioso: $10.000

Hay otros menús desde $11.000 hasta $15.000

Los productos de la tienda naturista de la entrada son costosos.

El ambiente es agradable y la música instrumental al estilo de Melodía Estereo.

Hay pocas meseras y cuando se llena, es demorado el servicio.

Cerca del CAN, ESAP, Gobernación, Batallón, por ello van muchas personas de estas instituciones.

Pros: Comida deliciosa, Lugar agradable y ordenado: Bonitas mesas y grande, Música agradable

Cons: Hay pocas meseras y cuando se llena, es demorado, Regular atención en la caja, La entrada es una tienda naturista

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Me encanto. - Edit

Es un restaurante con muchas opciones todos los días, muy buenas todas, música que ameniza el ambiente. Buena presentación del sitio y de los platos, es amplio y agradable. La atención es buena, va mucha gente entre 12 y 1pm. (Es algo importante para tener en cuenta)
Totalmente Vegano.

Pros: Muy buen Sabor, buena porción, buen precio.

Cons: Ninguna

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2 visitas 2 decepciones - Edit

Comida regular, pesimo servicio. No vuelvo

Pros: Comida apenas buena

Cons: Pésimo servicio

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Awful service, nice food - Edit

We went to the restaurant with my mum. We went by bike. The cashier, who is the first person you meet when you get there, immediately started yelling at us not to put our bikes inside the shop. We were really hungry and we wanted to have lunch, but we didn't bring locks for the bikes, so we could't make it any further into the restaurant. There is a small table by the entrace, so we asked the lady if we could have lunch just there, so we could watch over the bikes, that we left just by the door. Of course, she said no. We decided to order and to take the food with us (there is a really nice park nearby), but the lady told us if we were taking the food with us, we'd had to pay additional $1000 pesos. We were so hungry that we didn'd care. The lunch took over 45 minutes to be served, and when we were leaving, the cashier told us that we ALSO had to pay for spoons and forks. I was so mad that I just told her I'd rather eat using my own hands than paying for the cutlery.
The food was good and plentiful, but, God, such a bad service.

Pros: Nice food, Not very expensive, Nice place

Cons: They don't allow pets in, The service could be much better

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Small shopfront with a big nice restaurant behind - Edit

It's kind of an unimpressive little shop, with one table and 4 stools, some health food shop, fresh juices and bakery goods for sale. This is where the cashier is and the menus of the day (8000-10,500 for a menu of soup, main meal, tiny desert and juice....more than enough to fill you up!)
Then through a door and next to the kitchen is a beautifully decorated, bright glass-roofed dining area of the restaurant, with at least 15 spacious tables.
The food was good, and the menu I had was a veggie version of a typical Colombian dish, so I was happy. They had powdered stevia to sweeten their unsweetened juice drinks that come with the meals.
The staff were a quite detached, and we had to move our car 3 times according to the lady at the counter, but it was generally really good.

Pros: Beautiful dining area, Yummy food, Reasonable price for daily menu

Cons: Unenthusiastic staff

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