We ordered onion soup, king crab lasagna, natural king crab, and fois gras - we like them all. Overall food quality is very good and price is reasonable.
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We had our last night meal in Punta Arenas at La Cuisine and without a booking they where able to fir us in. The waiter did an amazing job to serve all the tables on his own with the chef/owner helping behind the bar as...More
After trying many restaurants and cafes in Punta Arenas, this was the icing on the cake. I had the foie grax. Was the best I have had. Followed with the king crab lasagna and salad. All washed down with a very smooth carminere. They go...More
The place is small but cozy and well served. The food was excellent: we tried the king crab lasagna, the lamb and the duck confit. All were really great. Good prices for great french cuisine. The creme brulee trio for desert was awesome.
Not haute cousine, but definately one of the better dining options in Punta Arenas. It stands out among the standard Chilian restaurants and is not too expensive (9.000-12.000 for mains). But also not so much an unforgettable experience
We ordered things off of all parts of the menu here. Everything is good but the meats section, particularly the hare and the duck with orange were SO good. Also, they have a super reasonably priced 3 course with drink menu for lunch each day.
My Lady and I split from our tour group, who were headed for a popular local restaurant, and cast about until we found La Cuisine; glad we did! The menu was generous in its offerings, and we had some splendid salads for starters. We shared...More
I ate here 3 times in a ten-day visit to Punta Arenas. The food and service was so good, I kept coming back. Their lunch specials are delicious as well as amazing value. I highly recommend the guanaco (lunch or dinner), which had been slow-cooked...More