At this restaurant near the municipal park, adventurous eaters should try some traditional Bolivian entrées such as picante de lengua (spicy tongue) or mondongo (pork ribs in a chili sauce). For something a bit more familiar, order filet mignon or one of the many pasta dishes like lasagna Bolognese. The chef's specialty is the Paella Andina prepared with quinoa and seafood. There's plenty on the menu for vegetarians, too. Prices are higher than average, but the outdoor patio has a beautiful garden, and is a pleasant place to linger over a long meal. Bring a sweater at night, as it gets a bit chilly.