it advertises traditional Bolivian food but when we got there, the menu consisted of pastas and pizzas and fried chicken - we had expected more. Service seemed great, we were immediately helped, and I am sure the food (for what it is) is great - just not willing to pay that much for a simple pasta dish at a BOLIVIAN restaurant? The BBQ at our hostel was more Bolivian and cheaper and filling than what this menu has to offer. - we left after studying the menu and simply could not find anything we fancied! Sorry to say.
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