Potosí restaurants

Top Choice International in Potosí


Potosí's most au courant restaurant, 4.060 is popular with groups of travelers looking for a comfortable and familiar night out. This spacious contemporary cafe-bar has earned plenty of plaudits for its pizzas, burg…
Top Choice Cafe in Potosí

Café la Plata

The city's most sophisticated cafe by far, this handsome, high-ceilinged place is comfortable and chic in a restored sort of way, and a good place to hang out, especially at one of the window seats with plaza views.…
Market in Potosí

Mercado Central

Stalls in the comedor (dining hall) serve inexpensive breakfasts of bread, pastries and coffee. Downstairs there are some excellent juice stands. Cheese or meat empanadas are sold around the market until early after…
International in Potosí

El Tenedor de Plata

This fine-dining restaurant has an upscale, white-tablecloth mentality. It's an appealing and warm brick-walled place and the pricier chops and steak dishes are above average. Try the tawas-tawas (sweet fritters dus…
International in Potosí

El Fogón

This spacious, colorful and brightly lit central restaurant is popular for its range of international and Bolivian food, including llama steaks. In truth though, portions aren’t huge and the service is slow and less…
Latin American in Potosí

La Salteña

Most Bolivians acknowledge, when pushed, that Potosí does the best salteñas (meat and vegetable pasties) – juicy, spicy and oh-so-tasty. Go no further than La Salteña, where one of these delicious items goes for B$3…
International in Potosí

Pizzeria Lobo's Cafe-Pub

This dim and chilly place overlooks a narrow cobblestone street. It has a large menu of the usual beef and chicken standards, plus burgers and sandwiches, though the two dozen varieties of pizzas are, of course, the…
International in Potosí

Phishqa Warmis

A pleasingly cozy little restaurant lounge with colored walls and a vaulted ceiling. The pub-style à-la-carte food gets mixed reviews, but the buffet almuerzo (set lunch) is better. Attentive service and a refined b…
Cafe in Potosí


This pleasant family-run place serves llama steak and quinoa soup as the specialties, and has plenty of vegetarian choices. It hosts an acoustic peña (folk-music performance; cover B$15) nightly during the high seas…
Cafe in Potosí

Koala Café

Apart from the central location, this rustic place is ordinary with a menu of simple sandwiches and burgers. Omelettes aren't bad and beer is cheap. Hours don't seem fixed.