Think of this as the Latin answer to Chinatown and Global Mall. Colombian, Mexican, Honduran, Salvadoran food all in one place, plus a dessert shop.
Had El Guanaco plate, which from what I was told is a Honduran dish. Fried meat, chorizo, rice, beans, pico de gallo, a bit of avocado, tortillas on the side. Also did some empanadas and a meat and cheese arepa from the Colombian place. All very good and fresh.
The place felt noticeably cleaner than the two food courts mentioned above. The ambiance of the mall on a weekend night was defined by a kind of Mexican band playing live right in the middle of it, other than that I'd say the experience is that of a typical Latin American mall, with children playing all over the place and generally having the center stage, one of many reasons I love going to Colombia so much. No gringos observed in the food court or indeed in the entire mall.