The meal was just "ok", and it was disappointing to be ignored by the waiter after he found out we don't drink during meals.
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This is one of two places our group chose to visit a second time ... the food was good, the wait staff was attentive and the quantities were reasonable (not that we experienced anyplace in Chile where the portions were too small). We ate dinner...More
Recommended by the lady at the hotel I was staying this did not disappoint. The ambiance is not special by any means but this place makes up for it with some tasty food. Came here with a friend after my TDP experience so I was...More
Ordered a grilled lamb and beef steak. Portions were way too big for us. Lamb was a bit overdone. Steak was ok. Not very impressed by the food, but service was fast and friendly.
We had arrived late in the evening and needed something quick to eat. Our hostal recommended this place. I had a milanesa and my SO some veal chops. We shared a side salad. The service was ok, the veal chops 50% bone and well done...More
Great place for before and after a week long hiking trip! The portions were big and for a reasonable price. The staff were friendly. Only thing was the salmon was a bit dry, but the seafood margharita sauce was amazing, so that made up for...More
This is a hungry man or woman's place. Ordered the Cordero (lamb) and was presented with a pound and a half of meat with hot coals under the dish accompanied by tomatoes and natural potatoes. Don't ask if I finished the whole thing! Bottle of...More
this place was fine, and you will get a decent filling meal at a place where actually a lot of locals go. they cook the meat and fish well, but there is no flavor. i also think i got food poisoning that night after eating...More
You will occasionally get a "great" meal but most of the time it is just "good" but also decently priced when considering the local competition. It is popular and can be packed full. Partly closes (closes one dining room) in late afternoon.