Pueblo Chico: Yumminess served with a smile!
This little gem of a restaurant on the main plaza is open all day so you can enjoy a delicious breakfast, then go back after wandering around Sucre for a scrummy sarnie lunch and after your siesta partake of dinner too.
There is a relaxed patio-style atmosphere with music and the delightful team working there will let you dally over your coffee as you read a book or plan your next Bolivian adventure. They are also more than happy to give advice and/or tips on things to see and do in Sucre and the surrounding area which aren´t necessarily in the guidebooks. They also hold regular film nights.
Favorite Dish: Try the house speciality of Pique Macho - simply delicious with the spicy beer sauce, although a half portion was still too much for me.
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Joy Ride Cafe: Massive Steak
Favorite Dish: While a little pricey, by Bolivian standards, the Joy Ride is a good place for food at any time of the day. Recommended is the massive Supersteak, 40Bs. or 4 euro. It's definitely worth "splashing out" (again in Bolivian terms)
In the city center round Plaza 25 de Mayo there are many restaurants and anyhow Sucre has a pleasant variety of restaurants and it is a great place to spend time lolling around cafes while observing Bolivian university life.
Favorite Dish: Pizza :)
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Cafe Cultural Kaypichu: Clean and Crunchy
Perhaps the cleanest restaurant in Sucre, or in the Southern hemisphere for that matter, this second floor restaurant is the place to go after the vegetarian has tried El Germen (across the street). Serving fresh vegetable pizza, simple soups and granola, Kaypichu is sure to bring out the crunchy side of any traveler, without the worry of lingering protozoa.
Favorite Dish: Yogurt and muesli
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Bibliocafe: French Crepes and German Magazines
A nod toward the influence of Sucre's many German expatriates, Bibliocafe has a notable atmosphere. Small and smokey, with German magazines stacked on the tables, Bibliocafe is also memorable for one dish that is neither Bolivian or German, its sweet French crepes.
Favorite Dish: Chocolate crepes
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El Germén: Don´t let them mischarge you!
My spinach pizza was good, as was my dessert. The prices were right too. The trouble came the next day when we found out we had been undercharged and the waitressed asked for the difference. OK, but then she gave us a REALLY hard time about exchanging a book in the book exchange (este es más pequeño -- they were the same size!)
Favorite Dish: Spinach pizza
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