Walk In party of ten at 8 pm. In October, no problem. Whatever temperature you want, ask for one less. Very lovely place.
This is probably the most elegant place in Punta Arenas. Old style decoration, with lovely tableware and silverware. Service was friendly and the food arrived very quick (I think I dined in less than 45m). My only concern is that the prices were quite high compared to what, especially in quantity, was served, but I guess one is also paying... More
Damiana Elena was one of the best places that we eat during our tour in Patagonia in January 2013. It was just a block away from our hotel. The place is very well decorated (old style). It felt like eating at my grandma´s house. The tableware and Silverware were very nice. The atmosphere is very cozy. The service and the... More
Housed in an old house full of antique furniture and knick-knacks for sale, this restaurant was an amazing find. From the tender and moist salmon filet to seared tuna, the meal was great. Topping the list, however, was the most interesting and tasty "lasagna" I've ever tried. Pasta with chunks (not ground) of beef and smoked cheese, the four of... More
In an old mansion, just a few steps from the Salesian Museum and the Cementery, this restaurant offers well cooked dishes at a reasonable price! I have been there with my wife and particularly apreciate the variety of the menu, something not common at this latitude where chaoices are really limited. There is no phisical menu, something reminds me the... More
One of the best restaurants I have visited in Latin America This old house belonged to the owners grandmother, and is decorated in sophisticated but homely style. The food was superb. There isnt a printed menu as the chef offers the best from the market each day. We had the crab and it was fabulous. The owners were charming and... More
If you want taste the good, sofisticated and well done regional food this is the place to go. An old and very well decorated house, very confortable and warm that makes you fell at home. The owners are always there to kindly welcome you. The food is perfect and the price too!!!!!
We have eaten at three different restaurants reviewed by trip advisor during our stay in Punta Arenas and this was the most disappointing. Lovely looking Irish buttrer was placed on our table when we arrived but no bread. The main meal was worth the visit - our son had a very tasty lasagna and I had local fish served presented... More
We had salmon ceviche and shrimps on parmesan as appetizers and salmon with seafood risotto as main course. The appetizers were very good - as for the main, it was good, not exceptional, though the portion was very generous. We had pisco sour (wonderful) and the local beer Austral. But what we liked most about the place is it wonderful... More
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