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.

 

Other definition:

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.