Bolivian Restaurant Review: Dossier in Santa Cruz, Bolivia

by Trent Wauson
(Samaipata, Bolivia)

I have had second thoughts about recommending the restaurant Dossier in Santa Cruz. It is so great that I am truly afraid that if more people find out about it I won't be able to get in there for several days in a row. But my conscience got the best of me so here it is. Fixed price (Price fixe) meals created by Chef Franklin, a Beniano who studied and worked at a famous restaurant in Kobe, Japan for 15 years. So creative and delicious it is hard to believe you are in Bolivia.

The dishes keep coming one after another, all new every time you go. I won't bother explaining exactly what he does because, as he tells me each time I ask, "It will be a surprise". I cannot recommend the place enough. If you don't go and try it, that suits me just fine because I already have to reserve a day in advance to dine there.

Calle Velasco in el centro entre Ingavi y Ayacucho (Upstairs, small sign, you have to look closely!) Telephone: 334-1325 in Santa Cruz. If you go ask for Miriam the owner and tell her Trent and Rosario from Samaipata recommended you. She will probably make sure you get special attention. Reservations required!

Note from webmaster:
Trent Wauson, of San Antonio, Texas and his wife Rosario, of Cochabamba, Bolivia own the Posada del Sol Hotel and Luna Verde Resto-Bar in Samaipata, Bolivia. We thank Trent for his frequent reviews of Bolivian restaurants. A chef himself, Trent is well qualified to review food fare and we're grateful for his contributions.

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Apr 03, 2019
Loving Bolivia
by: Anonymous

It is a pity that, because of the visa that American tourists have to buy to visit, Bolivia loses on the tourists who spend money, stay in good hotels, eat in equally well-known restaurants, and shopping. Getting backpacking tourists only benefits cheap hostals, where they buy one meal for 4, and haggle for prices. Bolivia has first class accommodations, excellent restaurants and tours, and we need to waive the $500 U.S to attract tourists willing to spend, not shoestring backpackers.

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