Convivial and welcoming, this neighborhood restaurant a few blocks north of the center is worth the stroll. Check out its huge barbecue before entering to enjoy really tasty vacío (flank steak), delicious chicken an…
On the main drag, this place decked out like a classic American drinking hole serves three dozen types of very good thin-crust pizza. Avoid the outside tables which get bombarded with traffic noise.
This busy corner place does tempting little pastries and very tasty ice cream, a godsend in Roque’s paralyzing heat. It has some unusual flavors: figs in cognac is worth a try.
In a town of few choices, this hotel restaurant does its best with pastas, meats and more at fair prices. Service can be desparately slow.