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This ice-cream parlor serves burgers, hot dogs and frosty cold beers.
Restaurant Opuntia serves juicy rotisserie chicken in a garden setting.
A decent hole-in-the-wall restaurant that serves Chinese and Peruvian fare.
Mammoth two-person sandwiches (35BsF) make good on-the-go sustenance.
The restaurant at Hotel Rivera has breakfast and a larger dinner menu.
An exceptionally well-to-do per-kilo place with excellent regional food.
Offers hearty breakfasts and a good seco (meat in sauce) served with rice.
This is a small but locally popular place serving roast chicken and trout.
Cheap and cheerful with wholesome, home-cooked food in spotless surroundings.
Fine restaurant serving typical hearty food in colonial-style surroundings.
Simple restaurant in town which also offers basic lodging for $6 per night.
Oasis specializes in ceviches and chicharrones (deep-fried chunks of pork).
It’s indeed popular, serving straightforward, tasty meals at low prices.
For a fresh fish supper with a view of the bay and tables on the sand.
Cakes, bread and buns are on offer at this authentic Chinese bakery.
A decent churrascaria with an all-the-meat-you-can-eat option.
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