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This cafe-restaurant is run by La Paz–based Mongo's.
Whole foodies rave about this unique vegan offering in Zona Sur, with orgiastic organic offerings like Portobello burgers, fresh pineapple juice and decadent white-chocolate tarts...
Serves variations on the piping-hot purple paceña wonder drink and accompanying snacks. There are branches in Plaza Estudiante and Zona Sur.
Italian-style on Plaza Murillo.
A somewhat quirky, olde-worlde cafe with ’80s music, internet and a good selection of snacks. Good-value almuerzos cost from B$20 to B$30.
A branch of the trendy cafe.
Known for its salad bar and excellent mains such as trout in white-wine sauce, llama medallions with mushroom sauce, and veggie lasagna. Afterward indulge in what may be the best chocolate mousse south of the equator.
The upscale executive set lunch here comes with an extensive salad bar, soup and your choice of mains like chicken in wine sauce or delicately crafted milanesas (breaded meat fillets)...
If you believe the napkin reviewers (one day they’ll put Lonely Planet writers out of a job for good), this is the best slice in La Paz...
This cavernous place has a touch of the Hari Krishna, and has been blessed with a good chef who serves up a buffet lunch which changes daily but always includes soup, salad, main dish and dessert.
This cheery, inviting, artsy cafe is tucked away on a sunny bend in the Witches’ Market. It’s a cozy place for coffee or cocktails...
Get your health kick here at this organic food joint. It's located in a small courtyard with a fountain and is surrounded by artisan's shops...
Good Middle Eastern food with mixed vegetarian plates of Lebanese specialties like hummus, falafel, tabouli and baba ganoush . The extensive menu also has many meaty choices.
If you don't mind the hectic settings, your cheapest food scene is the markets. The comedor (dining hall) at Mercado Uruguay sells set meals (of varying standards), including tripe and ispi (similar to sardines).
Locally made organic produce is sold at this health-food chain. There is another branch in Sopocachi .
For a quick coffee or empanada, join the well-dressed elderly patrons in their daily rituals...
Join the locals for a cheap eat.
Stands sell empanadas and chicken sandwiches, while comedores serve up daily fare.
This stylish chain offers quality espresso and other coffee treats, as well as rich chocolate cake and cooked breakfasts that include North American-style pancakes and huevos rancheros (spicy scrambled eggs).
Arguably La Paz’s best continental restaurant, classy (in an old-fashioned kind of way) Vienna serves traditional, Central European cuisine and unique takes on Bolivian criollo classics. Also has live piano music.
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