Where's the waiter? Kind of tried, but morally no! I was told my pancakes would be 20 minutes, which is normal in La Paz. Then they arrived after 5 minutes, COLD! I sent them back, them I sent them away again to be heated. No...More
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It's a big place - perhaps a bit too big and well lit. I had the falafel 'sandwich' (wrap) and it was perfectly acceptable. Service OK and attentive.
To make this clear: I am only rating the Shisha! As far as I know, this is one of two cafes in La Paz, which serve Shisha. The Hookah is decent and you can easily smoke for an hours without it being scratching. Cost is...More
At first, I must acknowledge all of my fellow travelers, that this review is based on Café Beirut that is located downtown (Sopocachi). I went with my girlfriend, and as a vegan I ordered the closest dish, that it was like a hamburguer but contained...More
At first it seems a good coffee shop, but it let me down, the coffee was awful the service was good but they care more for the image of the place instead of caring for the food quality, nice place in a good location but...More
Went as the lonely planet guide book suggested it. It didn't look great on the outside but we headed in anyway. The service was shocking and the food very bland and mediocre. We had the mixed platter to share but all the elements tasted the...More
Very good service and nice price for great food. Allowed to smoke inside which i liked very much, and also water pipes with fruit tobacco in the menu. A little noisy between 14:00 and 16:00 due to teenagers finishing their school day and dropping in...More
Fresh food, healthy, nice seating arrangement, and the service is very quick and efficient with a buzzer to call for waiters.
I was looking to break away from my usual cafes, so I stopped by here. The Te Arabica was excellent, and the baklava, though not quite what I was used to, was delicious. Good Wi-Fi and an assortment of seating options. Waiter was quick and...More