Plato Paceño a typical La Paz (Bolivia) food which is a mixture of meat, cheese, potatoes, broad beans and maize.
Likewise, Plato Paceño refers to La Paz dinner of corn, beans, potatoes and cheese.
Plato Paceño refers to one of the Altiplano mainstays. It is a mixed plate of meat, cheese, potatoes, broad beans and maize which is typical of La Paz, capital of Bolivia. Bolivian or locals usually add Llajua, a hot sauce into this dish.