Best restaurant in the island! Please go it was our favorite spot to eat!! 👍🏻 The mix sea food platter is amazing!! We had to go back two days in a row! We read the reviews on trip advisor and had to go! The view...More
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This place is at a walking distance from downtown (around 15 minutes). The view is amazing and at atmosphere really nice. The staff is friendly but the most amazing thing is the food, I came back twice during my trip and had ceviche twice. The...More
A little hard to get to by the harbor but worth it. The place was full of locals, the view of the ocean was great and it was a friendly place with good service, exceptional food with big portions and nicely prepared. I had the...More
This restaurant is relaxed and informal and occupies a great location on the cliff overlooking the sea and the rocks. Fantastic place to eat and although it may not be as high on the list as some other restaurants in town I would recommend it...More
Ate there at around 4:30 PM when many Easter Island restaurants become empty. So service was barely OK and food came in very reasonable time. I would wonder how it might be later when more people are dining. The vew Is outstanding - perhaps best...More
Perfect. Not fancy and right on the water. Seats are indoors and out. We went twice and sat outdoors without a reservation. Definitely get their Ceviche Rapa Nui. Only US$12.50 and amazing. It's local raw fish. Also has chicken and beef dishes etc. but mostly...More
We dined here one evening during our stay on Easter Island and had one of the best fish dishes ever. The views of the sunset over the ocean were stunning. Tataku Vave translates as "count the waves". Not to be missed.
amazing views, local music playing in the background, delicious appetisers (free) and a great menu. Mainly known for its fish, it has a wider selection if you prefer something else. Great place.
Great sashimi and a fantastic view. A little further outside of town toward the airport but worth the visit.
The were two high end choices within walking distance of the Hanga Roa resort. We chose Tataku Vave for its magnificent setting. We were not disappointed! A 10 minute walk past a Moai and a 100+ year old sea turtle sunning himself in the late...More