This is a really beautiful and warm place. It was really very cozy, thanks to everyone, we got to know the city, but of course it was only one day before we left, but it was difficult to say goodbye to this place. It was a place we'd always wanted to visit, we're combianda antiquity lovers. This place with its tasteful and true décor really had a unique potential not found in any restaurant or inn, just watching every detail, corner object is to transport each scene of each year of the time, all visitors to La Paz should know, it's great. Marisol and Alex (October 13, 2012). Greetings from Moquegua - Peru
After spending hours of looking and looking through menus, Soon Dalicatessen Seemed to Have the menu with the widest variety, Which hopefully would interest everyone. I ate here with my boyfriend for our 2 year anniversary and had the Octopus salad - which was ok, and the Duck-filled agnolotti with prosciutto and olives. My boyfriend ordered the Octopus salad, though he did not think much of it and the "Beef Chorizo ¨, which I liked a lot.
The chola sandwich or cholita (the most elegant way to refer to women who dress traditionally since then chola has become almost an insult) is a classic sandwich of La Paz. It is a pork sandwich prepared by the Cholas who sell it, in a place where there are about thirty similar posts all alike, so its difficult to choose the right one, but everyone has their favorite one.
This is a nice and quiet restaurant in the center of Potosi, a mining town in Bolivia where silver and other minerals have been mined for over 400 years. The restaurant is run by the owner and her two children ve are very friendly people and we had a very interesting chat after dinner. The woman was very enthusiastic about her city and its people. She told us she used to be a legislator of her country and her very unique ideas were great for having a pleasant conversation. I also recommend the spectacular food!
There are many things to do in Copacabana, including renting a small swan-shaped boat to paddle along the shoreline, walk around the lake, and eat some trout in a spectacular beach shack on the edge of Lake Titicaca. The beach kiosk, Elenita, is one of many that exist where trout is sold 10 different ways and worth visiting.
The Alexander cafe is perfect for lunch or coffee. They have light dishes like wraps, quiches, sandwiches, salads, etc.. And great Starbucks coffee. I recommend it to people ve want a break from Bolivian food.
This cafe specialises in top quality coffee. For 15 bolivianos you can have a really delicious, special coffee, but there are also other drinks available, too. It looks very fancy, and offers wifi, and it's quite nice to be there. On the menu, you can read an abridged history of coffee. Upstairs, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the cathedral and the surrounding area.
This cafe, in the city centre, offers more than just coffee - fast food, snacks, and delicious breakfasts. It also provides wifi for customers. The decor includes a series of photographs of La Paz in the early twentieth century. Prices are quite high in comparison with street kiosks selling the same type of product, but it's a relaxing place to go and escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
Sucre, the legal capital of Bolivia is a small city, plain and more livable than La Paz, which is always chaotic, steep and at high altitude. Sucre's colonial buildings are well maintained and it is chosen by many foreigners as a place to study Spanish. The Café Quito is located in the same building as a school of Spanish, Enforex, and thus its atmosphere is multinational. The milk shakes are great, the food very good, and usually they have nightly musical performances.
This is an interesting site, serving exotic tropical juices: passion fruit, carambola, cupuaçu, camu camu, pineapple, orange, grapefruit, etc.. Etc.
Customers enjoy specialized attention with warm and friendly people. It's a great place to rest and recuperate against the annual summer heat in the region. From here, you can watch social events that occur in the main square Ivirgarzama on the second of August.
Here they serve traditional Cochabambina food, it's delicious. I recommend trying the traditional Pique and a plate of Lapping, which is ideal in Chicharrón. I assure you you'll be satisfied with whatever you order because the food there is great! It's the custom.
This restaurant offers some really incredible meat dishes for 26 - 27 bolivianos. It's not particularly easy to find, located on the third floor of a building, but it's a large, colourful restaurant with great staff. They play traditional and popular music on the large screen TVs, and you can enjoy a nice view over the surrounding mountains.
The great advantage is its location: in the Plaza May 25, with a good view of the statue and the gardens of the square. It has a disadvantage: there are many vendors and beggars in the area. The food is not bad. The best is breakfast or for an afternoon snack: hot chocolate Bolivian delicious.
A pizzeria where you can have breakfast for 15 to 30 bolivianos, including English breakfasts. It's packed with tourists, which is surprising given how new it is - it was only 2 months old when I wrote this article. They serve Italian specialties like pizza and homemade pasta for 30 bolivianos. More expensive than most local restaurants, but those of a sensitive stomach won't have to worry here.
You can smell food frying as you get close. Here, you can see decor made from local wood, and brightly coloured tablecloths. The food dishes cost 12 bolivianos, and chips cost 4. They play popular music, and although it's a little more expensive than the nearby street vendors, you might want to pay a bit more to enjoy the decor and music.
This is a great restaurant where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They serve ice cream and fruits from 12 to 22 pesos, and meals range from 20 to 50 Bolivian pesos. They are particularly proud of their mixed plate of sausage, beef, chicken, vegetables, and chips. There's also some fast food options, for 10 - 15 Bolivian pesos. They also serve a dish of the day: 20 Bolivian pesos on weekdays, 30 on Sundays. It's a pity that there's no view, though.