After having eaten in various places during our first three days in this city, we decided to check this place out. There were only other three tables at that moment, later on a large party arrived. Most guests were American/Camadian. We ordered a Caprese salad to start and for the main course I had Risotto ai Frutta de Mare. It was the best risotto I've had in years! Our 11-year old son enjoyed his pizza (baked in a traditional wood oven) and my husband had Spaghetti dello Stretto. Everything was superb. The dessert is worth a special mention (though I cannot remember the name, sorry!) It was an exquisite large calzone-like pastry stuffed with molten dark chocolate, dried fruit and nuts; not too sweet, not dry... just perfect. The service was very attentive and diligent. The prices are fine -particularly after spending a similar amount of money in other well-known yet shabby and dingy spots-. There was a young pianist who performed really well and was a highlight of our dinner at Palermo's. I would recommend this place to food lovers, people who wish to enjoy a romantic dinner, celebrations and special occasions. I will certainly return next time I'm in La Paz!
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