When you stay with a family on Amantani they will cook you up some typical peruvian cuisine for dinner to keep you nourished. It consists mostly of soup, potatos, tea, bread and staple peruvian type foods. It is quite tasty though, and you really appreciate how hard it is for the locals to come by the foods that they bring to you. It is recommended to take a bag of groceries as a donation to your family when you visit as some things are hard to come by for the community. Mostly they rely on what they can farm and a few supplies that come in with tourists and odd commodities.
Favorite Dish: Loved the soup!
As there are no restaurants on the island, the only option is eating with your family.
The food was simple but good. They served us first soup and then some potatoes and other vegetables, and we finished with a tea made from I don't know what, but it was good.
Meat is a rare comodity on Amantani (wich works out great for us veggies!).