Caffé Milano Review
La Paz's hippest, hottest dining spot sits in a century-old restored building, painted ocher on the outside with a bright blue door, and with vaulted ceilings on the inside. Owners Lei Tam and Michele Milano, natives of Hong Kong and Italy, respectively, traveled the world, gathering knowledge of the world's cuisines, before setting down in La Paz. Tam has now established herself as one of Mexico's top woman chefs. At its core, the menu is standard Italian—the pastas and breads are made fresh here daily—with local touches, such as chipotle pepper in a seafood pasta, tossed in. You can see your creation being made: the kitchen is open to view. Best of all, prices here are reasonable for what you get.