About the Restaurants
With relatively few tourists coming to the region, and most local residents unable to afford to eat out regularly, restaurants in Toledo often are here today and gone tomorrow. Even those that stick around often open and close at the whim of the owner or the cook. Those that do make it are usually basic spots serving local fish and staples like stew chicken with beans and rice. Prices are low—you'll rarely pay more than BZ$30 for dinner, unless you’re eating at an expensive lodge such as Belcampo. Nearly all Toledo restaurants are in PG.