Visitors to Lake Titicaca will find the most dining choices in Copacabana or on Isla del Sol. Good eats are easy to come by in every price range, from street venders to nice restaurants. Restaurants with set meals usually are good deals, with beverages and at least two courses for the equivalent of a few dollars.
Wherever you end up, donâ€™t miss out on trying trucha, fresh trout straight out of Lake Titicaca. Another local specialty is the reed banana, the white flesh of a reed that is peeled. However, reed bananas arenâ€™t as highly recommended as the trucha, and they donâ€™t taste like bananas.