Top Choice Bakery in Riberalta

El Secreto de Mama

This pretty-in-pink bakery offers delectable local treats like empanadas, cuñapes (cheese and yuca balls), bombitas (cream-filled pastries), and sonso (a cheesy yuca bread). Wash them down with hot chocolate made fr…
Top Choice Steak in Trinidad

Churrasquería La Estancia

Ask anybody in Trinidad where to get a good bit of beef and you will be sent here. With its palm roof and coal-fire barbecue hamming up the ranch-house setting, the succulent and juicy cuts will make you wonder how …
Top Choice Seafood in Trinidad

El Tábano

With cool beers and cocktails served in the courtyard, this grass-roofed resto-pub is a popular place with Trinidad’s young crowd on account of its great atmosphere (thanks to live bands) and excellent food. The men…
Top Choice Health Food in Rurrenabaque

Casa de Campo

Healthy food is the name of the game here, with all-day breakfasts, homemade pastries, vegetarian dishes, soups and salads on a breezy terrace across from El Lobo. Hospitable Adela is keen to make her guests happy (…
Top Choice European in Rurrenabaque


Fusion in the jungle! This Tunisian emigre to Bolivia, via Paris, makes some awesome fish dishes (pescado Juliano is tasty) and has the only imported Peruvian shellfish in town. Save some room for the crème brûlée. …
Top Choice International in Rurrenabaque

El Nomádico

Set down a long brick alleyway in a candle-lit courtyard, this 'hidden' upscale eatery has a hearty menu of delicious steaks, veggie pastas, chicken wings and curries. The fish curry, in particular, is legendary!
International in Riberalta


This is Riberalta’s most upscale restaurant, located near the airport, leading the residents to nickname it tropicarísimo (very expensive…). Gargantuan portions of meat, chicken and fish accompanied by salad, rice a…
International in Villa Tunari

Restaurant San Silvestre

It's a bit expensive and over the top, but San Silvestre, on the main road next to Las Palmas, remains unchallenged as the best restaurant in town. The surubí al coco (a local catfish in coconut sauce) is a real sta…
Fish & Chips in Trinidad

Pescadería Don Pedrito

There's eight fish dishes on the menu, and they all cost B$60: fried, grilled, ceviche, whatever. Got it? Good. The local moto-taxi drivers will tell you this is the place to go. Chill with a beer while taking in a …
Brazilian in Trinidad

Sabor Brazil

This tiny cafe is a real belly-pleaser with its fresh juices, bountiful açaí bowls, jumbo-sized calzones and delectable desserts (the passion-fruit cheesecake is a tropical dream!). Oh, and it's the only place in to…