Fodor's Expert Review La Tranquera
Although the decor doesn’t do much to raise this restaurant above a typical hotel restaurant, the guys in the kitchen are extremely deft hands on the grill and make some of the best meat in town for a very reasonable price. The best time to go is on Sunday, when they serve traditional dishes like sajta, a kind of chicken stew, and Cochabamba’s most famous dish, silpancho, thinly cut and lightly breaded fried steak, served on a bed of rice and fried potatoes, and topped with an egg and a spicy mix of tomato and locoto peppers.
Calle Capitan Ravelo 2123
La Paz, La Paz Bolivia