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three of us had good breakfasts of substantial proportions. the restaurant is large and relatively open, including a bird flying around, but being on an busy street, the street noise is quiet loud. we sat near the front so sit near the back.
This restaurant was AWESOME! The food was excellent & very affordable. We ended up eating there twice during our week stay in LaPaz. They don't speak much English, but we were able to to use Google Translate to order. Also, you will need to pay...More
We had driven by La Catolica many times and liked the look of the place. We finally stopped to check it out and were pleasantly surprised to find a charming patio setting offering an authentic Mexican menu. Our experience was great, the coffee was very...More
This is a non pretentious option, if you’re looking for an affordable, delicious, Mexican breakfast. Friendly waiters. I highly recommend chilaquiles. My oldest loved the club sandwich. Portions are huge. Place was crowded by 9:30 am, with locales waiting in line.
This morning I had a wonderful surprise when a close friend asked me if I had ever had breakfast at La Catholica....I had been driving by it for years not paying attention! We walked in at about 10am and the place was packed....apparently as usual....but...More
Well, I have to admit that going by what I've heard other people say about this place, I thought it'd be so much better, because it looks full every time I drive by, but in reality it's just another place to have breakfast at.
This is a local restaurant with great breakfast. I arrived at around 12:00 in the afternoon for breakfast and the place was full! You can sit outside with no A/C but with fans or inside with A/C. Great service from all the waiters and freshly...More
We are in La Paz for an extended visit. We've been here before for a shorter period, but since we're hanging around we've been looking for eating establishments that are a bit off of the beaten path (the Malecon) and, therefore, cheaper.
This one was...More