• Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 9 reviews )

Avenida Ecuador 2286, Sopocachi (at Altos Liberia Armonia), La Paz, Bolivia,

Vegetarian lunch buffet restaurant in a peaceful setting. Buffet includes soup, salad, around 5 hot dishes, dessert, and tea. Price around BS26. Owner produces his own organic vegetables. Most items are vegan suitable. Please send HappyCow a link to the correct map location on Google maps- thanks. Open Mon-Sat 12:00pm-2:30pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Buffet, Salad bar, Bolivian

Reviews (9)

First Review by VeganPike

Nice set menu of the day - Edit

Nice set menu of the day, different options , good price and comfortable space. Busy with locals.

Pros: Variety of salads

Cons: Not many vegan options

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Great lunch! - Edit

The buffet is 34 bolivianos which is about $5. This includes several types of dishes:salad, tempeh, quinoa, rice, steamed vegetables and a soup. I repeated because the food was so good. Additionally, there were two types of juice and dessert.

Pros: Variety of dishes

Cons: Cash-only

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Décevant - Edit

Choix assez limité et surtout plats sans saveurs et pas vraiment cuisinés : la plupart des ingrédients sont simplement bouillis !

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great food - Edit

Went here today for lunch. Plenty of salads, rice, quinoa, veggies. 34bolivianos per person not bad for unlimited buffet !!

Pros: great food options

Cons: was a little confusing at first about the buffet a

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great place to eat! - Edit

Haven't been there this year yet, but if the price is still 32 bolivianos - yes that is expensive for a fixed lunch price by bolivian standards but that is less than $5 for all-you-can-eat food so to my mind, not bad at all. I've gone a dozen times probably in six years and never once did I see just rice and beans. There is always a soup, and then at least four dishes after that to choose form - usually fritters of some sort (check to see if vegan), at least one type of salad, and then there is always desert and tea/juice. The atmosphere is nice - it's an old home that's been turned into a restaurant and still retains a nice homey feeling. All the produce is from nearby Achocalla, just outside of La Paz, so it's fresh and local. There's always a good mix of foreigners and Bolivians, too. Right beneath the restaurant is a New Age bookstore.

Pros: excellent food, friendly staff, nice vibe

Cons: maybe slightly expensive

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Quaint Ambiance, Bit Pricey - Edit

The lunch at Armonía is now 32 Bolivianos, fairly expensive by Bolivian standards. Aside from that, it was great. It's located in a nice area (Sopocachi) with spacious tables and lots of sunlight. The restaurant has an attached book store. The food was delicious, several types of salad, a hot soup, and several hot plates for the segundo plato. Wheat bread and ~6 salsas/dressings were also available. A choice of two juices, coffee and mate for after the meal, and small desert were all included.

Pros: lots of options, great location

Cons: expensive

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Nice buffet, atmosphere and the people who run it - Edit

This buffet had a mixture of Bolivian food (including quinoa, tostones, etc.) and some Bolivian-Chinese food. They had some rare juices (plus various mates, including mate de coca) that was free with the buffet. Great atmosphere--this restaurant is in an old house in a neighborhood with character. Most items were vegan. The only minus--the food was not the least bit spicy (somewhat bland), but then this is Bolivia and not India or Singapore! The price is currently 29 Bs for the all-you-can-eat buffet.

Pros: good atmosphere, friendly people, great ambiance

Cons: a bit bland

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Nice place, over priced - Edit

We checked this place out the other day, and yes it is a bit out of the way, but not too hard to find. The restaurant is very nice, and the owner was very friendly. The food was all decent, but on the day that we went, the main was rice and beans. Don't get me wrong, I love rice and beans, but 24 bolivianos is very expensive for rice and beans!

The only other comments that I have would be that the buffet was a lot smaller than we had expected, and the soup was delicious! Most things on the buffet were vegan.

Pros: Nice setting, Good soup

Cons: Not 100% Vegan, Small Buffet, Expensive

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An Oasis in the Meat-Frenzy of Bolivia! - Edit

Even though the hours are limited (12-2:30pm m-f) and the location is a titch hard to find, this place is well worth the effort! The man who runs it is super sweet and helpful, and at 24 bolivianos for all-you-can eat soup, salad, mains, desert and drinks, it really is a bargain! Almost everything was vegan (just ask and they will tell which few items are not), and the peanut soup was especially good. I wish I was in La Paz longer to go back more often!

Pros: self-serve buffet, vegan-friendly, helpful staff

Cons: limited hours, a little hard to find

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