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Food

The restaurant is in the PachaMama “village center”. It is surrounded by a lush forest and is nourished 3 times a day by a team of creative chefs. The restaurant is a vital part of the transformation process, by being in tune with the needs of the meditations, workshops and cleansing groups.

The food is in tune with the needs of the meditations workshops and cleansing groups


In addition, it is keeping the sustenance of the energy field in a high vibration. The kitchen has combined the philosophy of the cutting edge of nutritional knowledge: raw food, vegan, macrobiotic, with the tastes of different cultures living together and sharing each other's ways, as well as the influence of the tropical climate.

raw food

Meal serving times:
Breakfast: 7.30 - 8.30 am
Lunch: 1.00 - 1.30 pm
Dinner: 7.45 pm

Vegetarian Meal

These are the foundations of the restaurant, and its principles influence the menu.
The kitchen is totally vegetarian and uses 100% organic ingredients. It does not use any sugar, wheat, yeast (bread), coffee, heavily processed or canned products. Lunches and dinners always include a variety of at least 3 raw food dishes and often offer local rice & beans-based delicious dishes. The kitchen uses as many organic ingredients as possible.

The food that is served reflects the understanding that freshness, simplicity, awareness and love are in fact crucial ingredients in each meal.

Meal prices in
PachaMama's Restaurant*:
Breakfast: $ 6 - 7.5
Lunch: $ 7.5 to $ 9
Dinner: $ 7 to $ 9

Children's meal prices
(lunch or dinner):
age 1 to 3: $ 3.5
age 4 to 6: $ 4.5
age 7 to 12: $ 5.5

* prices do not include
13 % sales tax

Besides the restaurant the Wild Treats Cacao Bar is serving delicious drinks, smoothies, snacks and sweets, all raw and without sugar. More ...

The food is in tune with the needs of the meditations workshops and cleansing groups




















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