3 based on 8 reviews
Restaurante ubicado en la misma Plaza 25 de Mayo, en la Ãºltima planta del elegante Hotel Capital Plaza. Ambiente amplio.Carta limitada, basada en platos tÃpicos como la cazuela de manÃ, el lechÃ³n al horno y diversos tipos de picantes de pollo y de lengua.A destacar el mondongo, carne de cerdo, con mote y salsa de ajÃ rojo.Raciones generosas.Precio por plato entre seis y diez dÃ³lares.AtenciÃ³n rÃ¡pida y agradable.
Gastrobar with a large local and international menu in a beautiful renovated colonial house
Very unassuming restaurant which is part of the hotel. Absolutely beautiful decor throughout the whole building, it really felt like walking into a different world off the back street in Sucre! The restaurant itself was also very luxuriously decked out. Service was outstanding and the food was extremely good and fresh. I wish we had found this restaurant earlier on our trip as we would have highly recommended it to others in our group. It was quiet (Sunday night) when we visited but I hope for the owners sake it is busier during the rest of the week.
A great little bar, chilled during the week and lively at the weekend. It's never full of gringos so it's a great place to meet some locals and practice your spanish. The drinks are cheaper then most other places in town and the staff are really friendly. And try the cherry shisha.....yuuuumm!
4 based on 44 reviews
I always walked by this place on Nicolas Ortiz because it was a Bar. I know they served food, but it was not the type of atmosphere I wanted to bring my family to. Fast forward to now. La Vieja Bodega has moved to Calle Bolivar #465 and it does not scream bar. I ordered out and was very pleased by the food! We will be eating here again.
4 based on 56 reviews
Come and enjoy the only irish pub (and restaurant) in the center of Sucre, on Calvo street nr. 281, where you can enjoy the biggest variety of domestic and international beers as well as our homemade beer (Guinness and Kilkenny style), together with tradi
I can't recommend this bar for food, whatever it is like as a bar. We opted for burgers that were expensive and definitely came out of a freezer - very poor quality. In fact, neither me or my partner were well after eating them. Slowest service ever as well. Was given a mini Corona instead of a regular Corona and got charged for a regular Corona... All in all, very unfortunate.
4 based on 63 reviews
Goblin is a brewpub where you can listen to good rock music while tasting our great handcrafted beer and enjoying the ambiance!. The bar is decorated with mythological creatures and vintage posters. We make our beer right in the back of the bar and you ca
I was really glad I was able to experience Goblin. I tried all of the craft beers they were serving that night, and all three were exceptionally tasty and different. I'd been traveling over a year, and this really hit the spot. The best beer I had in ages. The prices were really reasonable as well.If you stay for an hour or so, you'll meet the whole family behind this establishment. They are extremely friendly. A rare find in Sucre.
4 based on 68 reviews
Lovely location and prompt service, good wifi. Particularly enjoyed the chicken rolled around vegetables.
4 based on 105 reviews
Found the music in this place to be so loud, I couldn't even talk/hear the people I came with. Ended up leaving after one beer
3 based on 585 reviews
RESTAURANT / CAFE is located in the center of Sucre; Sucre is in the center of Chuquisaca; Chuquisaca is located in the center of Boliviaâ¦ then we could say thatâ¦ JOY RIDE CAFE isâ¦ the center of BOLIVIA!!!! âProbably the best bar in townâ, as our slogan s
I was here 11 years ago, stillgreat admosfee nice friendly staff.cheapest beer and good food. And big screen wich sporting evants etc.
4 based on 441 reviews
Our experience was a mixed bag. In the end, the food was very tasty but the process was not great. First we orderd Huari on tap (chop), after confirming with the server which beers were currently available on tap since menus arenât always accurate. However, we then watched them poor bottles of Huari into the beer glasses behind the counter. When we asked about this, the server did not acknowledge that this was not actually beer on tap. Maybe the concept is not the same in Sucre, but in Cochabamba whenever we order chop beer it means on tap. Then, I ordered the vegetarian Pad Thai. But, when it arrived at the table, it was Pad Thai with chicken. I verified with the server that it was vegetarian and she confirmed this. I then showed her the chicken in the dish. She took thr piece of chicken I showed her to the bar and then went about her business. After waiting a few minutes, I had to call her back to the table to ask if they could change it to vegetarian. After about 15 minutes, our server brought out another Pad Thai without chicken. In the end, it was a very tasty, Asian inspired pasta dish. Not official Pad Thai, but a fresh tasting dish with big pieces of carrot, cauliflower and broccoli, fresh herbs and a peanut sauce. The staff were kind, but just didnât seem to be attentive to details. If youâre vegetarian, be sure to check your dish to make sure it really is a vegetarian version.
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