One of the best pasta place in La Paz, they are fresh and delicious, the amount served fits the price. They should have salads or a salad bar in my opinion to be a perfect place.
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This small Italian restaurant is located across the street of the Sopocachi market. The concept is easy: on the first list you can choose the type of fresh pasta and on the second list you choose the sauce. The prices are around 40 bolivianos and all the pastas we tasted were delicious. Friends of us who live here say it's... More
The atmosphere is quite nice, small and has a homey feel to it. I had the llama ravioli with the pesto sauce and would definitely suggest this one!
This is a small restaurant run by the owner an italian cook from Milan, it has like 8 tables for no more than 25 persons at the same time. You can also buy the dried pasta or take them away prepared for heating. They serve good wine by the glass and natural local fruit juices, excellent lemonade, tumbo and maracuya,... More
Some may be put off by the gruff, italian chef, but if its the food you care about, I am not sure you can find better pasta in La Paz without going to Mallasa. The restaurant is tiny and cramped, and could surely full house in a place twice as big, but that could give it part of its attraction.... More
I always go back there for a good dish of cannellloni al pesto. The menu has a reasonable variety, yet it is not pretentious. I value the fact that they make their own pasta. Portion sizes and prices are reasonable. However, I must say it disappointed me once, when we asked for frutti di mare dishes and they just didn't... More
The menu style i like, you pick the pasta and the sauce you want, so there are like 30 different combinations. So while waiting an awesome glass of wine, we has one bolivian, one italian reds, both top. The food in great size servings, and simply delicious, fresh, staff are a bit weird, even the chef, but the food fantastic... More
Great concept. Good service. Good size serves. Way, way, way too much garlic in both of our dishes. Tiramisu dry and plain bad. Then we saw the chef smoking in the kitchen, not good enough in this day and age. Even in La Paz. Won 't be going back.
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