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 Cafe in Sucre

Café Gourmet Mirador

Settled in a lounge chair looking out over the city's rooftops and surrounding mountains you'll likely be inspired to scour the classifieds for Sucre real estate. No matter the time (though bring a hat and sunscreen…
Top Choice International in Potosí

4.060

Potosi'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 Bakery in Sorata

Café Illampu

A 15-minute down-and-up walk from town, this lovely relaxing spot is en route to the Gruta de San Pedro. Stop in on the return journey – if you stop on the way to the cave, you might not make it there as Café Illamp…
Top Choice Seafood in La Paz

La Espinita

Get down to 'the bones' with a hearty Andean lunch of four favorite fried fish in a delicious home-made batter, all served with crisy ispi (little sardine-sized buggers) on top, and sides of potato and mote (big cor…
Top Choice Bolivian in Tarabuco

Pukari Wasi

An absolutely charming family-run spot only a block from the southeast corner of the town plaza with a central patio lined with potted plants and flowering trees. Almuerzos (B$35) come with cazuela da mani (peanut s…
Top Choice Italian in La Paz

Pronto

We don’t know where (or how) they get their fresh ingredients, but this candlelit underground restaurant has figured it out, offering up dish after dish of thoughtfully prepared, well structured and delicately balan…
Top Choice International in Riberalta

Tropical

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…
Top Choice Peruvian in Copacabana

Huanchaco

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 Indian in Santa Cruz

Taj Mahal

Hallelujah! It’s pretty hard to find an Indian restaurant in South America, and even harder to find a good one, but this upmarket curry house is a cut above the rest. Bangladeshi-owned (despite the Taj Mahal images …