We’re back from South America! We’ve had a few days to enjoy all of the luxuries of Canada but are just about to repack our bags and continue our travels. Next stop is New York City. We are there for a week before we fly off to Dublin, Ireland. It’s been great to catch up with family and friends. As we’ve shared our stories, we’ve noticed the same questions keep coming up, “Which country was your favourite? Which city? Where would you recommend?” For the most part, no one, except our vegan friends, is very interested in what we ate. But this is a vegan food blog and we’re hoping our readers are. That’s why we’ve put together a list of our favourite vegan restaurant meals in South America.
1. AlmaZen, Lima, Peru
AlmaZen nabs first place for their amazing food, atmosphere and attitude. They put so much love into their restaurant and it shows. Their dishes are simple but their ingredients are extraordinary.
To learn more, read our full review of AlmaZen.
Miraflores, Lima, Peru
2. Casa Felix, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Casa Felix’s five course vegan tasting menu impressed us with it’s local influence and fresh, organic ingredients. They offer an experience, more so than a meal, and it’s a fantastic one.
To learn more, read our full review of Casa Felix.
3. Entre Indyas, Salta, Argentina
Entre Indyas won us over with their simple sounding dishes that were actually elaborate creations. Each one was packed with a variety of vegetables, herbs and homemade sauces, making every bite unique.
To learn more, read our full review of Entre Indyas.
Buenos Aires 44
4. Buenos Aires Verde, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires Verde was one of the few restaurants we found that offered raw food options. Knowing these can be hit or miss, we were delighted to find they took a creative approach with delicious results. Their unique ideas and flavours made for memorable meals.
To learn more, read our full review of Buenos Aires Verde.
Buenos Aires Verde
Buenos Aires, Argentina
5. Namás Té, La Paz, Bolivia
Namás Té makes lunch into the most exciting meal of the day, offering customers four course specials. The delicious food, combined with their relaxing atmosphere and friendly staff, made us wish we had more opportunities to dine with them.
To learn more, read our full review of Namás Té.
Zoila Flores 1334 (at Colombia and Almirante Grau)
La Paz, Bolivia