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Does this restaurant have an adapted menu for customers with dietary intolerances?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer an accessible route through the dining areas for guests with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments? This route should be well-lit, free of obstructions, and step-free.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer accessible seating in dining areas for guests with mobility impairments? Accessible seating includes: accessible aisles, wheelchair seating, counter height, and knee space.YesNoUnsure
Does the restaurant have an accessible-height sink in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer braille menu or QR codes for guests with visual impairments?YesNoUnsure
Are service animals allowed in this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Is this a juice / smoothie bar?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant specialize in Yunnan style food? YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant accept reservations?YesNoUnsure
Parking Available, Full Bar, Reservations, Seating, Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
All reviews tasting menu potatoes quinoa bread trout bolivian ingredients claus meyer drink pairings amazonian fish new yorker fine dining world class gastronomic experience michelin star expensive restaurant latin america portions are small
It was near our hotel so we walked down. We were very happy we did. Firstly we had great service from a variety of waiters all of whom spoke good English. I chose alligator tail to start and it was mouth watering. Followed by Pork...More
I will say at the outset that we have never eaten in this manner. High end tasting menu of small edible sculptures of innovative combinations. But we know about Noma, the kind of food experience that it is, and the movement it inspired. So the...More
This is really worth it. I have never been to Noma but this project is very interesting. They opened it with the purpose of teaching young Bolivian chefs and leaving it to them
All the team is Bolivian and they are all super passionate about...More
Gustu, the quechua word for flavour, is a restaurant and bar placed in La Paz, Bolivia, which opened in April 2012. Gustu is under the management of Head Chef [[Marsia Taha]. It is considered among South America's 50 best restaurants, landing the number 32 spot...More
One of the best dining experiences we had in South America. The food is delicious and interesting, but it also tells a story of the land and the people. We learned a lot about Bolivia just from our servers explaining the different dishes to us....More
Myself, husband, and our 2 close friends came to Gustu with reservations at 6:30 PM and arrived early at 6:15, prior to the restaurant opening. We were promptly seated and offered cocktails rather than having to wait for the restaurant to open, which was much...More
We had the 9 course tasting menu with wine pairings and really enjoyed it. Most of the courses were very good. All were interesting and innovative. The flavors were often bold and intense.
One or two of the snacks were underwhelming. They were also very...More
We went for the full taster menu with drinks. Overall it was a great experience, and if you go in with an open mind that you may not love all the dishes but that each dish is an experience you will have a great memory...More
We went here for the 16 course tasting menu and 15 of the 16 dishes were awful and the one that wasn't awful was just OK. The presentation was nice, the ingredients were interesting but nothing was tasty. We wondered if the chef ever tasted...More
Response from HeatherF166 | Reviewed this property |
We were casual in our dress code, but not shorts and t-shirts. There was a mix of business men in shirts and ties, no jackets and tourists with a more relaxed dress sense. I agree with booking via web in advance and note... More
We were casual in our dress code, but not shorts and t-shirts. There was a mix of business men in shirts and ties, no jackets and tourists with a more relaxed dress sense. I agree with booking via web in advance and note that we travelled from near Plaza San Francisco and it took one hour in the traffic at 7pm.
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