We visited Gustu with our kids (age 11 and 13). It was an amazing dining experience (lunch) that match some of the fine dining experiences that we have had back home in Copenhagen.
The palce is casual and waiters are cool and alert on specific needs ect. Our children loved every minute and loved the snacks and food.
We had the "lunch tasting menu" consisting of 3 snacks and 5 dishes. Perfect. Only minor downside was the passion fruit juice which somewhat was too perfumed to match the food - this was a personal order by myself. For this type of dining experience I would always perfer aqua minerale.
The greater cause is the network of local cafeterias and "culinary schools" named Manqu and Hot Pot Foundation that Claus Meyer and the Danish NGO IBIS runs in El Alto. These places are run by money from Gustu. Thumbs-up for this!
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