Restaurants

Top Choice International in Cochabamba

Terra

In terms of both its physical form and menu design, Terra is one of the city's most stylish and sophisticated restaurants and wouldn't be out of place in downtown NYC. The innovative Peruvian chef emphasizes locally…
Top Choice Latin American in Cochabamba

Casa de Campo

A Cochabamba classic, this loud and cheerful partly open-air restaurant is a traditional spot to meet, eat, and play cacho (dice). There’s a big range of Bolivian dishes and grilled meats; the food is fine (and pile…
International in Cochabamba

De K'ffe

Homey and a little old-fashioned, at least as far as decor goes, this is nevertheless a lively and convivial place, where regulars have been congregating for years. The menu, imitating an American deli, is wide-rang…
Mexican in Cochabamba

María Bonita

This charming spot decorated with bright pastel colors and Mexican signifiers such as Frida Kahlo posters and football team jerseys is run by the son of a Mexico City–Bolivian couple. Tasty burritos, enchiladas and …
Pizza in Cochabamba

Sole Mio

The best pizzas in Cochabamba are to be found here. The owners, encouragingly, are from Napoli and import the ingredients for their robust brick-oven, wood-fired pizzas – thin crust, light on the sauce. Soft opera m…
Argentine in Cochabamba

La Estancia

One of a knot of spacious restaurants just across the river in Recoleta, this Argentine-style grill is a fine place. There are thick, juicy steaks (it’s worth upgrading to the Argentine meat), ribs and kidneys, as w…
International in Cochabamba

Páprika

Classy and fashionable, this popular restaurant-bar has an eclectic menu, both Bolivian and international, including tasty baked potatoes and fondues, and more unusual plates such as ostrich and llama. After dark it…
Vegetarian in Cochabamba

Uno’s

Tasty and remarkably cheap, with vegetarian buffet fare served on plastic, prison-style trays. They also do good fruit salads and soy burgers, but there’s no alcohol served. Blink and you’ll miss it, t…
Italian in Cochabamba

La Cantonata

A little stuffy in an old-school way with menus the weight of a hardcover book and formal, waistcoated waiters, this long-running Italian place remains the most reputable restaurant in this part of town. Choose from…
Fast Food in Cochabamba

Wist'upiku

One of several locations, this outlet of a Bolivian fast-food chain whose name means 'twisted mouth' in Quechua serves pasteles (fried dough filled with a variety of stuffings), empanadas and wist'upiku (an empanada…