Very nice cozy authentic German restaurant with its own brewery, it is a small chain throughout Bolivia as far as I can tell (also one in Santa Cruz and maybe others), very heavy on the meats but lots of accompaniments like cabbage, sauerkraut and also has desserts, vegetarian options, seafood (especially trout [from Lake Titicaca?], a kid's menu and some dishes influenced by Andean cuisine (lomo).
Fairly large (seats fifty?) and very Central European interior (wood paneling, low lighting, artwork on walls), also has gift shop next door with various souvenirs. Did stop by one day for lunch on a weekday and it was closed so might be good to check for hours of opening before going.
(One in La Paz is in Zona Sur neighborhood, not really in city center but nice suburb where many expats live, there is a little plaza out front and banks [with ATMs] down the block and other places within walking distance [cafes, froyo parlors, etc.])
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