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Las Americas Restaurant - 0 Reviews - 2795 Nw 7th St, Miami, FL - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (305) 392-0350

Las Americas Restaurant

2795 Nw 7th St
Miami, FL 33125
(305) 392-0350
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Editorial review from Urbanspoon 5/21/2012

Hi I am from Bolivia, I went with my wife to the restaurant and she love it, specially las Saltenas and the second plate was Silpancho, I ordered the same and mocochinchi is the best, I recomend to everybody this Bolivian restaurant and the price is cheap, The service is really good and really attentive, Thank u guys we will be back soon..... more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 2/22/2012

My favorite! When you go out you need a team work... 50% and 50... in this case was........ Service 100% and food another 100% .... you guys found the perfect key for the best food in the world ! Of course ! Bolivian ...! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 2/8/2012

This place is great my wife and I went for lunch and loved it..the food is awsome...chairo and saltenas are to die for...This place rocks....Kenneth from Universal Payments more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 11/13/2011

Its a good restaurant . Don't expect to eat like in bolivia....for jc diesel . Cheap ass if u wanna eat like in bolivia get in the plane..and please don't come back. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 7/28/2011

Great saltenas! Service is so so more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 2/20/2011

We went with my family not expecting much (bad previous experiences) and we loved it. The saltenas are the best I've had in a long time. I tried the chairo, the picante mixto and it was all delicious. I will definitely came back. The service was good, the mocochinchi was awesome....congrats to the owner. Keep up the good food and service. We really needed a good bolivian restaurant in Miami. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 2/7/2011

my wife and I went to this place based on what we heard from some friends that there was a bolivian restaurant in miami . 1st the service was very poor waitress very unfriendly cold food and delayed we ordered 2 dishes for me and my wife who got served first i was waiting for my food for 15 mins my wife was waiting for me and her food was getting cold. very unprofessional service overall management included and owner/cheff.. I will not recommended this place to anybody\r \r p.s Im Bolivian and I wanted to show my wife how amazing bolivian food is but unf. a big dissapointment more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 10/11/2010

The previous review stated the place is closed. It has moved and the address is now correct.\r Food is just great.\r They have karaoke on Fridays and sometimes live music on Saturdays. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 1/11/2010

After driving from North Florida we end up at the Las Americas. The place shows the Bolivian environment with display of large photos, music and above all good food. The attention is good and handled personally by the owner. The sopa de maiz with chunks of potatoes had a good flavor. The aji de gallina with Bolivian sauce was also good. For drinking my little boy and wife selected refresco de mocochinche and myself chicha morada. Needless to say they had the Bolivian flavor in the USA !! For dessert we pick up flan that tasted very good ! Price was reasonable. Highly recommend Las Americas for a Bolivian taste. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 1/4/2010

Soy boliviano y con mi familia fuimos ayer a este Restaurant y la verdad Que Verguenza me dio!\r \r El servicio dio mucho que desear, a la mesera se le caia toodo encima de los clientes, el Restuarant tambien dio mucho que desear....sucio! Y ya el colmo fue cuando estabamos comiendo y miramos el piso y adivinen que?? \r \r Una familia de CUCARACHAS! Mas conocidas en Bolivia como Chulupis. Yo y otros clientes tuvimos q empezar a pisarlas.\r \r Vivimos en otro pais y la verdad que se extranha mucho el sabor de la comida boliviana pero porfavor! \r \r Me dio verguenza como boliviano el descuido de este lugar! Sabiendo la mesera este percanse de las cucarachas y habiendole dicho al duenho o hijo del duenho (no lo se) ni siquiera tuvieron la delicadeza de venir y pedir unas disculpas y es mas aun, cuando nos levantamos para irnos, la persona q estaba a cargo, nos vio y se fue a esconder a la cocina.\r \r Por favor, como boliviano les pido que no nos hagan quedar mal. \r \r La comida ni parecida al sabor de Bolivia! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 10/30/2009

Don't let this little place fool you. The location doesn't scream great food but inside you will find great homemade dishes. Their menus are limited by day of the week but the variety is great. They do a good job of capturing the very varied tastes of Bolivia. The saltenas are good but not great. Try the chicken ones because even for my delicate saltena palate they are far superior than any bland emapanada you are used to or a poor excuse for an empanada if they are fried. Saltenas are baked and chuck full of goodness - chicken or meat, potatoes, olives, egg, peas, in a hearty and decadent sauce. \r \r Try this place once but don't let the neighborhood fool you. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 8/7/2009

I concur with the other reviewer: this is the best Bolivian food I've ever had in the United States! It was also the most friendly & welcoming experience I've ever had at ANY restaurant, period. Our waiter insisted on introducing us to the owner, the cooks and took the time out to explain each dish, in some detail, to my two friends who had never had Bolivian food in their life. The food was phenomenal, and the owner said the ingredients are imported from Bolivia.\r Before the experience, my friends had never had Bolivian food and lumped it together with other South American & Latin American food. The food, decor and people at the restaurant prompted them to ask many questions about my father's home country, which the waiter and I were more than eager to talk about.\r They left the place saying it was their new favorite restaurant, and they even expressed genuine interest in learning about Bolivia and perhaps even visiting it in the future.\r The entire experience brought me back to Bolivia -even if for a brief period of time- and made me proud to be half Bolivian. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 3/28/2009

Small restaurant tucked away. First glance may turn you away but do try this place. It has the beat Bolivian food I have ever had in the US. The service is great, the servers very kind and the food has authentic flavor. The price is great too. more
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  • Hours:

    Fri-Sat: 11am-11:30pm, Tue-Thu: 11am-9pm, Sun: 11am-9pm
  • Neighborhoods:

    West Little Havana, West