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US$6 - US$72
Steakhouse, Seafood, Argentinian, Chilean, South American
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Vegetarian Friendly
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Reviewed 28 May 2014

I would like to give this restaurant 5 stars, but what I was expecting was much more, service wasn't very good, food was good, but when they say Milcao for the potatoes made in Chiloe was not even close to that! we got ceviche de...salmon, but the size of it was like a free sample and price is too high. As said, the food tasted very good but portions are way to small for the price they are asking for.More

Date of visit: May 2014
Reviewed 8 May 2014

Short feedback for expressing my disappointment getting a well done steak when i ordered rare... And country potatoes that did not taste anything.. Not really happy when paying 24 euros for that meal... Appetizer were ok if i consider the 3 different plates we ordered......Our waitress did her best... Sorry but chilean was synonym for a good steak in my mind, for that reason, a poor review.More

Date of visit: May 2014
Reviewed 17 October 2013

I enjoyed this restaurant very much. The food was overall of a very good quality with large portions at a reasonable price. And the cuisine is a little different, as I don't think there are a whole lot of Chilean restaurants in Germany. The wine...selection was good, a little overpriced, but typical restaurant prices for wine. Service was attentive and the staff was friendly and professional. My only complaint about this restaurant are: (1) the back door was open so there cigarette smoke coming into the dining area and (2) the potatoes were completely unedible as they were undercooked and hard. I asked the waitress to please bring us some cooked potatoes, but the second batch was even worse. I found this strange since the meat was delicious as well as the breads and appetizers. Yet, the chef couldn't seem to cook a potato. But, overall it was an enjoyable dining expereince.More

Date of visit: October 2013
Reviewed 12 September 2013

Definitely glad we gave this place a try, despite some of the reviews complaining about portion size to price. This was definitely well worth the 40 minute drive from our house. We had no problem being seated with no reservation, as it was not at...all busy at the time. Our waitress was very friendly and helpful, and spoke good English, even though she didn't think so. At the table, you get complimentary bread and salsa, which, while odd, was very good. The bread is soft, garlic knot type bread, and the simple salsa is actually a good combination. For starters we had the Ensalada Andina, which was definitely plenty enough for two to share. It's a simply dressing over some simple mixed lettuces, cherry tomato and cucumber, as well as half a sliced, fresh avocado on the side. It was topped with a sesame covered, baked cheese that was very flavorful. I was rethinking the sharing idea at that point. For our meal, we ordered the Tabla Teirra del Fuego. At only 29 Euro for two people, this was more than enough food. It's a combination of homemade Chorizo sausage, beef fillets, lamb chops, with a side of sauteed mushrooms and a creamy pepper sauce. Some sliced, fried potatoes were on the side. Even my date, who does not usually like sausages, loved the Chorizo. Very fresh, full of flavor, but not too spicy. We asked for our beef to be medium-rare, taking a big chance on what their definition of that would be. It was perfect, with a warm, red juicy center. In combination with the mushrooms and pepper sauce, it was a great balance of flavors and textures. The lamb chops, while more cooked than I usually prefer, still had tons of big, juicy flavor. For dessert, even though we were already full enough, we ordered the Panqueques con manjar – Pfannkuchen gefüllt mit chilenischer Karamellcreme, which is essentially a caramel and walnut filled crepe that added way more calories to our meal than we should have had, but it was delicious, sweet, and rich. The caramel filling was a creamy, homemade sauce that overflowed out of the crepe. Overall, this was a great place and we will definitely be back with friends next time. There is plenty of seating, with some larger booth type areas that could hold a larger group. The waitress said they are very busy in the fall and winter, so definitely call for reservations.More

Date of visit: September 2013
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