Tambo Colonial Restaurant
During Bolivia's colonial period, the Tambo was a gathering place for merchants to barter and sell products. Merchants would come from all over the country to meet on a great central patio where they would exchange products, share meals and rest in the heat of the day.
For 25 years we have channeled that sense of a shared, special space create a warm environment for friends and family to gather over a meal and conversation.
Located in the colonial Hotel Rosario, the Tambo Colonial Restaurant offers an opportunity for travelers, guests and locals to gather, enjoy excellent Bolivian cuisine and sip Bolivian wine, all at a reasonable price.
In the evening, escape the bustle of the city in the candlelit dining room of the Tambo Colonial. Our professional, multilingual servers are committed to providing our guests a special experience while our kitchen produces some of the most innovative Bolivian and international cuisine in La Paz.
Our dinner menu offers a fusion of international cuisine and traditional Bolivian dishes that include our almond-crusted trout, fresh from Lake Titicaca, or grilled llama served with a creamy mushroom sauce and fresh vegetables.
Breakfast: 07:00 to 09:30
Dinner: 18:00 to 21:00