One day while walking around La Candelaria with my wife, we were hungry, and it was about 1300. Since we were at Plaza Bolivar, we started walking towards the direction of La Puerta Falsa, however, we walked right passed it (we were not up to it). The place we decided upon was just two doors down from it, La Puerta de la Tradicion. We went in, and they were very friendly. They offered us the menu. My wife and I, being "new" to Colombia as tourists, decided on the typical Colombian food, tamal and hot chocolate. We each ordered appropriately. It was actually quite good. It was better then what would ever be the case in Arizona USA (where we currently live). The Tamal in Colombia was the traditional chicken, and tasted quite different from what we would find in the USA. It was good. The portions were also quite big. Both my wife and I completed our lunch, and were quite satisfied. We were ready to walk around Bogota some more and burn off the calories we consumed. We definitely recommend this place to anyone who is looking for a good lunch spot.