La Paz is the state’s capital, and a port with history that offers tranquility, natural beauty, and unique experiences, among which its culinary offers stand out, combining various techniques to please the most demanding palates. Its gastronomic culture has a sustainable approach and an important international influence.
Hambrusia and Barracuda are two outstanding restaurants in La Paz to enjoy culinary trends such as farm-to-table, featuring dishes with ingredients from local farms highlighting the spirit and flavor of the countryside.
Jazamango by renowned chef Javier Plascencia, is in Todos Santos. With a menu highlighting the ingredients from its own garden, full of colors and aromas, that can be seen from the tables and allowing a full sensory experience.
Regional typical dishes are closely related to the sea. Another popular gastronomic concept in La Paz is sea-to-table, such as the classic recipes of fish tacos, stuffed clams and aguachile, which become every visitor’s favorites
As we see with Jazamango, signature cuisine is a constant at different restaurants in the municipality of La Paz. Dum is a high-level gastronomic proposal under the guidance of chef Aurelien Legeay, with a 3 or 5 course tasting menu or à la carte. Nemi restaurant by chef Alejandro Villagomez, which, in addition to the great menu has craft mixology with local products and art.
Contemporary regional food is a favorite option and places like Origen or Peregrina with their sashimi, aguachiles or catch of the day are excellent representatives.
When you visit La Paz, it will be difficult for you to choose from all the dining options, you will even want to return soon. Something not to miss tare the fish tacos and the typical “hates” (Ha-Tes), the La Paz version of hot dogs, made with soft, fluffy bread and filled with multiple combinations.
The gastronomic options in La Paz are unlimited and perfect for all kinds of cravings, true to the wealth of its land and the flavors of the sea.