After travelling South America for quite a while, this Austrian run place was a total delight! Very friendly staff, good location, great menu and best of all: german newspapers!
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Went to Restaurant Vienna at the recommendation of our guide. Service was great. Food had some hits and misses. We enjoyed the onion soup, cordon bleu, pasta. Beef fillet and pork shoulder were disappointing. Plus point: there is a live piano performance daily!
Recommended by our guide. Went and then had to go back as it didnt open until 6pm. Lots of dark wood and like something from a bygone age but the welcome was friendly and the meal was very nice and very reasonably priced.
I have eaten at Vienna for 24 years. The food is consistently excelente and the service is the best in Bolivia. I love the consumee with sherry on a old day. All the sausages are great as are the steaks. Don' leave without trying the...More
Went for a meeting with two longstanding Paceno friends and colleagues. Good range of dishes, served with well-made sauces and attractively presented. Dessert very good and not overpowering. Wine chosen by one of my local colleagues mediocre and grossly over-priced.
My wife had the kingfish from Lake Titicaca which came smothered in a lemon butter sauce that overwhelmed the fish. I had a very mediocre Wienner Schnitzel with underdone boiled potatoes.
The restaurant is obviously very popular with elite locals, who dress up in Sunday best. The décor is old German, very dated – and the menu is the same. The portions are huge : we ordered and got a massive chicken breast, which came cooked...More
One of the BEST restaurant in La Paz and this for many years! The service is impeccable, the food absolutely delicious! I especially like their trout and pork knuckles dishes!!! The menu is extensive and prepare yourself for a great culinary experience... Definitely a place...More
The establishment was clean and the food acceptable but the whole place just felt tired. It needed a make over. However I enjoyed a goat's cheese salad followed by kingfish. The highlight was definitely the talented pianist that played throughout our meal. Locals were other...More