This restaurant in the middle of La Paz's historical center . Good food and service. Memorabilia from the and of 1800. Beautiful atmospher. Very very good
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Tried out this place as it came up on the trip advisor search, the restaurant has quite a character and a bit quaint with ecclectic decorations and ornaments. Nice environment to have dinner but i'm not too convinced with the food. I ordered chicken with...More
A restaurant with colonial decoration, somewhat overloaded that can distract the view for several hours, which transports to the 19th and 20th century. The food using local ingredients as quinoa, llama meat and other ingredients fused with international cuisine, giving a pleasing flavor to taste.
The restaurant has interesting decore and the table setting with candles is nice. Service is good. Food is average. Reasonably price. Had the steak sandwich and fries and partner had the soup. There was garlic provided which was nice. Waited 45mins for the food. Close...More
Loved the decoracion. It´s a really quiet place to spent some time. But there is no service, I had to look for the waitress twice.The cafe was bad and the chicken completely dried out.
We stumbled upon this restaurant one evening, as we walked the cobbled streets of the Witches' Market. Set back slightly from the street, you might almost miss it. Its 'colonial' decor, wooden furniture and fittings and candle lit tables made for a quiet, relaxed ambience....More
First very attracted by the decoration of the restaurant, we booked one table for the day after. Once there, we ended up waiting 2 hours to be served a trout with very little side dishes, and different from what we ordered! Waitress did not want...More