Find out what Steakhouse restaurants to try in Tarija. Tarija or San Bernardo de la Frontera de Tarixa is a city in southern Bolivia. Founded in 1574, Tarija is the largest city & capital and municipality within the Tarija Department, with an airport (Capitán Oriel Lea Plaza Airport, (TJA)) offering regular service to primary Bolivian cities, as well as a regional bus terminal with domestic and international connections. Its climate is semi-arid (BSh) with generally mild temperatures in contrast to the harsh cold of the Altiplano (i.e., La Paz) and the year-round humid heat of the Amazon Basin (i.e., Santa Cruz de la Sierra). Tarija has a population of 234,442.
Things to do in Tarija
We are known for serving lunch at noon and fast food at night. On weekends we have Creole food. We attend every day from 10:00 a.m. until 14:30 p.m. and 18:00 p.m. until 22:00, on Sundays only until 14:00 p.m.
This restaurant is fairly new, and they nailed it. This is one of the best Parillas in Bolivia. The restaurant is charming inside. It is very clean and welcoming. The staff is professional and helpful. We were really impressed with the salad bar, which is full of local ingredients, as well as creative salads. The meats were cooked perfectly and the French fries were hot and fresh. The owner of this restaurant clearly has a great vision on what it entails to be successful.
Here's a nice Tarija restaurant where you can get food that is a little different from the typical Tarija meal. Great American-style burgers, shrimp, onion rings, chicken wings and much more. The liquor selection is large and varied. They even have a good assortment of smaller plates for those without a big appetite. The waiters are extremely accommodating. The prices are quite reasonable though perhaps a little higher than some of the other Tarija restaurants. Best of all, there is plenty of free parking -- something that is quite rare in this town.Dear JandKNewJersey_USAThank you very much for your kind opinion, we are glad you like our variety of food and service. We hope you can visit us again in your next trip.Kind Regards.
Cavas de Altura is a Wine Shop located in downtown Tarija, Bolivia. its location and wonderful accommodation makes Cavas de Altura a great place to experience the culture and tradition of Tarija. You can also enjoy delicious traditional dishes, steak, sal
When I am travelling it is not often that I return to a restaurant, (however good) as time does not allow. However Cavas de Altura served superior steak, much much better than the up market restaurant in a close by square. Great selection of wine, and that is what I love about eating out in Bolivia. Sadly Bolivian wines are not available in UK, but I am working on that! In the mean time their steak here is First Class.
El lugar es muy bonito, la gente que maneja el lugar es muy amable en el trato, la comida es excelente. La comida no es cara y se esmera bastante por que te sientas bien tratado. Me encanto eso que a media comida te pregunten si todo esta bien.
3 based on 47 reviews
Food: On a good day, it is the best steak/beef in Bolivia, on a bad day, your meat will taste like lemon, added to cover up other things.Service: Usually bad.Is it worth it? If you consider yourself lucky, yes, because you might have a taste of splendid meat, and like I said, if it is a good day, this overcomes the bad service.About the pricing: Yes they do charge you if you go to the salad bar, even if it is just for peas, I do not consider it cheating, but they should tell you in advance (they do not).When you ask for the bill, ask for it "detallada" or broken down.
Its located on a hill across the street from a colonial church. The restaurante is in a colonial house. Very small and cozy wine cellar. It has a back yard with an amazing view. The food is awesome, I would suggest the picanha (top sirloin), and is one of the few places in the region where they will cook it as you please. Could have a bigger variety of cocktails, but regarding wines there are several varieties and brands both local and imported to Bolivia. I definitely recommend to visit when you are in Tarija or passing near by.
4 based on 56 reviews
We are a Bolivian restaurant and we love to cook with bolivian ingredients! Desserts, fancy Food and lovely cakes :)
Many of my friends love this place. I have heard that they make a really good carrot cake. However, a few friends and I got together and went there recently and I found it to be a bit overcrowded with lukewarm service. The pastries were okay but nothing to write home about. It's a place I would meet friends if invited but not a place I would seek out to frequent.
4 based on 210 reviews
New restaurant (2009), very good food, certainly for Boilivian standards!
A place specialized in steak, one of the best ones in Tarija, the meat was thick and evenly cooked keeping the color of the meat, the taste was wonderful and the meat was tender. They offer a salad bar with 8 different options for salads and they also have rice and some potatoes. Definitely a place to try in Tarija if you love to eat meat.
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