Ask chef Alesandro to make a special meal and he will come up with different variations of the same mentioned
ate here for someone's 50th birthday celebration. food was very good- appetizers were great as well as pasta. my petite filet was perfect- size was great and cooked medium to perfection. an extra bonus was the salad that came with the entrees. desserts were tasty as well!
Hands down the nicest restaurant I've visited in La Paz. Attentive service, menu selections, beautiful ambience, decent wine list. This feels more like a Las Vegas restaurant than La Paz. Perfect for a Thank You Dinner that someone else is playing for. :)
If Palermo's wants to be the premiere steakhouse in La Paz, they have a long way to go. How can a petite Filet Mignon be no bigger than than the palm of my small hand and only 1/2 inch thick? This is not a premium steak. The meat was cooked to my specifications, and it was tender. The sides were... More
Quality, portions,change of menu,no oysters Rockefeller, just not the same. Change of ownership ??? I go there once a month from Los Angeles maybe less maybe more. I'll give it one more try in July. Will have another review
This was once one of the most highly regarded restaurants in La Paz, but it does not merit accolades any more. The ownership, management and staff have changed. The night we were there, the place was almost empty. Our young waiter was eager to please, but had little notion of what the job entailed. It seems the wine cellar has... More
Hands down the classiest spot in La Paz for Dinner. Right across the street from the Malecon. Great waiters serving on white linen. The price is expensive for La Paz but very reasonable compared to home. Bottle of wine, appy's , and main courses for total of $120 US. When we come back to La Paz we will return to... More
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