Top Choice Peruvian in Copacabana


Why eat Peruvian food once you've crossed the border? Because this place kicks ass. Forget Copa's ad nauseam pizzas and go for a Papa a la Huancaino (potato in spicy yellow sauce) or a chupe de camarones, and be tra…
Top Choice International in Copacabana

La Cúpula Restaurant

Inventive use of local ingredients make up an extensive international and local menu. The vegetarian range includes a tasty lasagna and there’s plenty for carnivores, too. Dip your way through the cheese fondue with…
Top Choice International in Copacabana

La Orilla

Some say this cozy maritime-themed restaurant is the best restaurant in town, with fresh, crunchy-from-the-vine vegetables and interesting trout creations that incorporate spinach and bacon (mmm, bacon). They might …
in Copacabana

Sudna Wasi

A convivial courtyard set back from the hectic market streets. The home-cooked menu includes hearty breakfasts, a dozen different salads and a few Bolivian specialties. The cutest abuela (grandmother) in the univers…
Cafe in Copacabana

La Choza

Where the rasta-fied Argies abide. Breezy cafe open all day; nice place to have a sandwich while waiting for a bus and stare at the holy trinity of Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley and Marilyn Monroe posters.
in Copacabana

Café Bistrot

European cool kids hang out here while chain-smoking, drinking espresso and forking into anything from Thai seafood curries to creative vegetarian fare. Service is slow, but nobody seems to mind.
Bolivian in Copacabana

Restaurant Aransaya

Super-friendly local favorite for a tall, cold beer and trout heaped with all the trimmings. It’s neat, clean, very traditional and popular with the locals.
International in Copacabana

Puerto Viejo

Burger and pizza place next to Trout Stand 1 that stays open late.
in Copacabana

La Posta

Tasty pizzas in a cozy, tango-themed setting.
Breakfast in Copacabana

Restaurant Vegetariano Kala Uta

An artsy, appealing Andean atmosphere pervades this place. It serves up passable, if slightly bland, vegetarian choices. The breakfasts are more imaginative; try the poder Andino (Andean power) – quinoa cr&#x…