Inspired by Jaime Terregrosa’s trips, Humo Negro is a restaurant based on the Japanese concept of an isakaya. The dishes are served in the center of the table to be shared with an extensive list of cocktails, created to complement the menu.
Although the concept is based on a Japanese-style gastrobar, the menu presents Latin American, Nordic, Asian, European and more techniques. At the same time, each dish on the menu focuses on highlighting local Colombian products, such as pirarucú, chontaduro, chipi chipi, carantanta, mambe, etc.
Jaime Torregrosa is the chef and owner of Humo Negro, a new restaurant opened in August 2021 in
Jaime brings more than 15 years of experience to the project. Before opening his restaurant, the chef
traveled the world to learn about the cuisine of some of the best restaurants in the world. These include
Michelin-starred restaurants such as: Manresa and Grace in the United States, Faviken in Sweden, Ca
Sento in Japan and others. He recently worked as head chef at El Chato restaurant in Colombia.
Jaime Torregrosa (Humo Negro, Bogotá) will collaborate with The Black Ant this October 5th to offer you an exclusive pop up dinner where flavors and textures that will awaken your senses will be merged.
There will be only one seating at 8:00pm and entrance will be by reservation only.
You won’t get charged a cancellation fee if you call the restaurant a day in advance.