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After a 23-year career working at the Hay Adams Hotel, Jose Cardenas branched out and opened his own restaurant, Jose's Grill. He brings many Latin American and Bolivian flavors to his menu, as he grew up eating those foods, but also works in dishes culled from his career at the hotel, resulting in a Latin-influenced selection of international dishes.
He shows off pure Bolivian flavors with his salteñas, beef-filled pastries filled with a sweet and spicy sauce center, much like the Earth's core. For the main course, he grills New York strip steaks and T-bones, sautés shrimp scampi, and boils shellfish, fish, and octopus in the rich broth of his sopa de mariscos. He finishes off meals with a pair of sweet and creamy desserts: flan and cheesecake. He even adds special touches the two classic sweets, topping his flan with liquid caramel and icing his cheesecake with a layer of sweetened soft cheese mixed with cream and eggs.
61% of 72 customers recommend
“Beef soup is excellent”
“Food was pretty good, only issue was that the place was a bit cold, but then again it happened to be almost almost empty tonight, put a bunch of bodies in and I'm...”
“Food was pretty good, only issue was that the place was a bit cold, but then again it happened to be almost almost empty tonight, put a bunch of bodies in and I'm sure it would have been quite comfortable.”
“The staff was attentive and pleasant”