Despite the reviews, surprisingly tasty. Salsa is on point, seafood soup was good, and the avocado/tomato/palm heart salad was tasty
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We were looking for real chilean food and found it here, the place is very cozy, clean and the food and the service was awesome. Definetely recommend it.
In brief I don't think the restaurant would've had a business if it was not to the tour guides who bring people to it. The staff went out of their way to explain to us what they on offer and in English. However, the grilled...More
this is where the locals go. it's good food, fresh and priced right. we've found that the waiters and waitresses in most restaurants in chile are not real aggressive. they'll do anything for you if you ask but they may not come by to check...More
Tour guide brought us here like 90 percent of the people leaving reviews. Food was average at best and expensive.I ordered a fish entree but it was dry and chewy, so didn't eat it. I kept feeling bad for everybody walking in to the tourist...More
First that under 36c the restaurant was with the AC broken. No window to open. Food: Tasty far away of their prices but food is not bad Attendance: terrible, lack of attention, delay on orders. The last and worst they didn't have WATER TO SELL.
This restaurant is a gem. I We walked to the restuaurant all the way from Viña del Mar because friends told us it was the only place to try Pastel de Choclo in the traditional way, served in an old style dish straight from the...More
Like almost everyone else who has reviewed this restaurant, I too was brought here by my tour guide. The promise was an authentic Chilean meal, and the other diners in the place were definitely locals. Of course, everywhere in the world, local places tend not...More
We were on a private tour to Valparaiso and Vina del Mar and brought to this place by our guide. I can only repeat what many others have commented before me; cantine style food of low quality, expensive and yes; the prices include the meal...More