Perhaps the best restaurant in town, Alfredo’s has an unusually long menu, with fantastic pasta, thick steaks and fine pizzas from its wood-burning oven. It's popular with visiting Brazilians, who can't believe the …
One of two good Chinese restaurants on the main square (the other, Young Hua, is also recommended), Ying Ping does fantastic homemade rice noodles and has an encyclopedic menu.
For a cheap meal in a fun atmosphere head to this ‘boulevard of food’ with dozens of different outlets serving everything from arepas to noodles.
For almost two decades, this Brazilian eatery has replenished famished hikers with its scrumptious buffet. Vegetarian options are available.
Stock up on dried fruit and vegetarian protein for the Roraima trek. Awesome wholewheat fruit pastries and natural yogurt are available.
Dig into huge portions at this popular Chinese restaurant, just two doors down from the hotel of the same name.
This friendly bakery has great coffee, sublime fresh pastries and also serves as a good supermarket.
This tour operator runs a delicious pizza parlor with a huge choice of toppings.
Mammoth two-person sandwiches (35BsF) make good on-the-go sustenance.
This supermarket stocks up on the best supplies.