Tasty, but pricey. We had a salad and meat skewers and a jug of sangria. It came to £50 which seemed a lot for what it was. Service was nice as was the setting
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Ambience comforable without being stuffy. Attentive waiters and a fairly wide menu choice. Possibly not the cheapest option but not outrageous. We felt happy enough to eat there again our second and last night in Santiago. Will be our ' go to ' restaurant should...More
We ate here twice and the food and service both times couldn't be faulted. They have beer on tap and I can recommend the Torabayo to go with the excellent Steak, Quails eggs and Chorizo. Steak was cooked exactly right and just melted in my...More
We had a very pleasant evening at Patagonia, with very attentive service from the friendly staff. The food was good and reasonably priced (not cheap, not expensive) but doesn't stand out from the multitude of dining options you have in this area.
I was in Punta Arenas for work and did not have enough time to try the lamb. Was so happy to find this restaurant in Santiago. Lovely food, excellent service and the best meal I had in that city. Strongly recommended.
Chilean food from South Chile includes cordero so I recommend you to try that if you hit Patagonia. It was one of the best meals I had ever in Chile (and this includes their nice options of Peruvian food). PROS: centrally located in Providencia, very...More
One long block East of the Parque Santa Lucia is a tree-lined side street; Ave. Jose Victorino Lastarria. Take a left from Bernardo O'Higgens and go about a block and you'll find the Patagonia Restaurant. If the weather is nice, I suggest that you eat...More
This restaurant, situated in the peatonal area is difficult to find because the signage is poorly designed and its location even more obscure. The interior reflects the early 30’s or 40’s, and may not have much appeal. However, this restaurant is one among the few...More