Find out what European restaurants to try in La Paz. Sitting in a valley in the Andes Mountains, La Paz is the city that touches the clouds. The de facto capital of Bolivia, and sitting between 3300 and 4100 meters above sea level, La Paz is the highest capital city in the world. Rich with 19th century churches, museums of artifacts from the pre-Conquest era, precarious overlooks, and colorful markets, La Paz is truly unique. The Witches’ Market, in the center of the city, sells charms and potions for Aymara rituals, as well as souvenirs.
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4 based on 128 reviews
We stumbled upon this little Crepe Cafe, hidden away in a small courtyard, by accident, and it's the best thing that happened to us.The sweet and salty crepes and drinks were delicious. We didn't only receive delicious Crepes, but the very friendly and helpful owner als gave us tipps of things to see in La Paz, how go get around and how much we should be expected to pay for transport etc. We were invited to come back, not only for crepes, but also if we had more questions. We tried coming back for seconds the next evening but unfortunately they were already closed. It was a pleasure to help and give you advices. Sorry for the inconvenience. Have a nice trip!!! thank you for the comment.
4 based on 164 reviews
The entrance ,a dimly lit stairway ,is both dreary and stark, but once inside there is character, charm, excellent service and very good food. We had a cheese fondue which was world class and a welcome change from the more typical restaurants. They had a full international menu ,as well as, Swiss specialties.They had someone see us to a taxi to make sure we were we would have no problems getting back to the hotel! This is a first operation!
4 based on 244 reviews
Visited on a Sunday evening when the restaurant was very quiet. Nicely decorated with numerous Fellini film posters. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We had salad starters which were excellent. We both opted for pizzas and they were also excellent- best I had on my trip to South America. Thin with a fresh tomato sauce. I would definitely eat here again. Dear HappyGilmore1969Thank you very much for your kind comment, we are really glad to read you had a great time over here. We hope you can visit us again soon when you come to La Paz.Kind Regards.
4 based on 191 reviews
Small, intimate restaurant with seasonal varied menu.
If heading to 'Rendezvous' be sure to plug in the correct address (and check hours) before heading out.Once we finally got to the restaurant we found a unique, sprawling spot with a warm atmosphere. The restaurant wasn't busy so we expected quality service, and did get it. Food was quite good (two fresh pastas) and there's an excellent wine selection.Worth a meal.
4 based on 329 reviews
VIENNA is a very European style restaurant offering traditional cuisine tastefully prepared and presented by attentive staff. Enjoy the excellent cuisine amid antiques, old prints and wood or relax over a drink at ViennaÂ´s bar, listening to the music of f
Arrived after 18.00, the place was still completely dark. Staff were hanging around like they were in a coma. Got a table with an ashtray, hello, this is 2019. Nobody was able to utter an understandable succession of 5 words in English. The menu looked like part of it was cooked in some mysterious broth. Probably the first time in over 10 years that I have left a restaurant without ordering anything at all.Dear DISGUSTED customer: I want to thank you for your opinion. It clearly shows that TRIPADVISOR is loosing its credibility by publishing your disgusting commentary.To the facts: 1. There is a sign at the entrance indicating that the restaurant is open from 6:30 pm on â you showed up at 6:00. The service staff was setting up the dining room and getting ready for their evening shift. Nothing wrong if the waiters take it easy before the restaurant is open to the public2. You never entered the dining room â you were seated at a table in the bar of VIENNA where customers may smoke if the like. There is NO SMOKING in the dining room.3. You were never given the Dinner Menu â you got the menu for Aperitifs.4. You â coming to Bolivia from a First World Country should be the person who communicates in Spanish and not expect from a Bolivian waiter to speak English. Most of them â because of social reasons only go to school for 4 years. VIENNA is in business for 28 years and never received such an offensive y vulgar opinion which is not based on truthful facts at all.Anyway â nevertheless it shows the TRIPADVISOR is now publishing even insults which have no foundation at all. I hope you had a great time in La Paz. Paul Stach
4 based on 1217 reviews
Cafe del Mundo, which means the cafe of the world, is a Swedish owned cafe which is seated in a very central and famous touristic street, Calle Sagarnaga, in the heart of La Paz. A Street that is teeming of tourists, souvenir shops, travel agencies and ho
They need a good review of their menu.. falafels do not originate from âIsraelâ. âIsraelâ doesnât have an actual cuisine. Everyone knows that falafel is Lebanese.. so the fact that their falafel option is called âEl Tel Avivâ just shows that theyâre trying to draw in Israeli travellers, as it seems that the area attracts. Hey MaryE320, You say we need a good review of our menu. If you would have read the text in our menu, maybe you would have understood it better. When we create new dishes, we talk and learn from people from all over the planet and we make the dishes together in our kitchen. Its an amazing part of our job, to cook with people from all over the world!Â We have never said that falafel originally is from Israel. The idea of the Tel Aviv plate came after a lot of conversations about food with Israelian travelers. What food they miss from home, what flavours they love and what food they prefere to compare with family and friends. After listening to a lot of stories we created the dish together in our kitchen. Thats why it felt natural to call it El Tel Aviv. Without any political or historical reflection. Its a really good plate right?! We are glad you enjoyed it! But are youÂ sure that the falafel really is from Libanon;)Saludos and happy traveling!
4 based on 229 reviews
Cultural events, an eclectic menu based on Bolivian produce and all in all a great place to work or meet people.
Magick is undoubtly one of the best and nicest places to eat, drink, dance etc. in Lapaz :) The staff is super friendly and helpfull. Each friday magick serves the best pizzas in South America! Besides the food and beverages Magick arranges nice activities. Would definitely recommend paying Magick a visit if you happen to be in the Sopocachi area of Lapaz. Five out of five!
5 based on 126 reviews
french cuisine in the heart of La Paz
Perfect dinner with great vegetables and excellent meat. Perfect wine. Nice setting. By coincidence we had dinner here (due to reviews on tripadvisor) met all our expectations. They also offer appartements: a la maison. A few blocks away, next to the yellow teleferic. Amazing renovated location. We stayed here for 4 nights before we discovered the restaurant (other nights we used our kitchen) Both get 5 stars!
4 based on 575 reviews
Welcome to Berlusca, your new restaurant in town ! Ideally located in a nice patio, Berlusca offers tasty lunch meals. Italian, French and English-Speaking.
We were looked after by Raphael on our night. We looked for a nice but tasty dish of pasta and found it. Kitchen is visible and clean, pasta is firm and fresh.
5 based on 355 reviews
Irish owned âThe Carrot Treeâ is the perfect place to relax and enjoy fresh organic all day Brunch, evening meals, locally sourced Jungle Coffee or our famous Bolivian cocktails and juices. We pride ourselves on bringing you the highest standard of fresh
The heaping plate of pesto pasta was over-cooked (as opposed to al-dente), needed a lot of salt (felt like the pasta was not cooked in salted water and lacked flavor) and very oily. But the veggies and chicken in it tasted great. On the plus side, the servers are great and the space cozy and inviting. So overall it was a very average dining experience. Tips: 1) Go hungry as the portions are huge 2) Go to the top floor (not the second floor) for better views of the city.
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