This bright plaza-abutting spot does Pucallpa’s best coffee. Also head here for breakfasts, good ice cream, sandwiches and many other tasty snacks.
This place gets the gong for being the best of Pucallpa’s chifas (Chinese restaurants). Choosing where to sit in the roomy interior can be a challenge. Plates are BIG and to top it off there is also karaoke next doo…
Maggy whips up pizzas nothing short of superb, and from a wood-burning oven. The interior is modern and not plasticized like some neighboring restaurants. The unusual, tropical-tasting sangria goes down well with al…
This upscale fish restaurant has a variety of ceviche made with freshwater fish − try the local doncella rather than the endangered paiche.
This well-designed, attractive heladería-cum-restaurant does great cakes and juices, plus a line in pizzas and Mexican food in the evenings.
This three-story restaurant, with its open-air plaza views and the brightest neon lights in town, is Pucallpa’s best chicken restaurant.
The Kitty is clean and popular, and brings in local lunch crowds for a wide variety of Peruvian culinary classics. Join ‘em!
For good grills (steak, fish and venison) in a refined but somewhat bland atmosphere, this is a good choice.
Mean cakes and ice cream can be found at a good cafe such as Fuente Soda Tropitop.
This option has a prime plaza location, with (noisy) sidewalk tables, and serves good seafood (tender and fresh despite Pucallpa’s distance from the coast) for breakfast and lunch.