On main street and very delicious food. I had a carbonera pizza that was very good. Also, the Pisco Sours were delicious.
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Really enjoyed the food here - my dish was a fish : Merluza Austral mantequilla calamar. Perfectly poached fish with almost too many veggies! (broad beans, oniones, etc) My friend got the Risotto de Quinoa (vegetarian) and it was really good!! - it had the...More
Very good atmosphere, Came there without any think what to expect, but as I came, an atmosphere and space was very good. Surprised very wel, many open fires, and best the live CHilean music. Lomo PIL PIL totaly recomending for all of those who wants...More
Nice walk to the restaurant in the high street, great ambience open air central area with good heating, good music ( live at some times) and fantastic choice of food Decoration reminds the native cultural ans materials. Not cheap but fair prices Must go!
Stumbled across this restaurant expecting something quite different! Food was fantastic & interesting. Live entertainment wasn't our thing but it didn't last too long & wasn't unpleasant. A bit confronting having the band members walk round asking for tips though. Surroundings were interesting & different....More
Food was Ok, but the service is bad and very slow, perhaps is because of the waiters seems very disorganized, the mananger should manage their work better. At the end we didn't know who was our waiter, each waiter brought us one dish alone in...More
We were disappointed with our food at the Barros cafe the night before. This opened early so we could get on the astronomy tour. Food was very good. Juices good but a little expensive.
Beautiful place, built in a traditional atacama style. The staff was nice and there was traditional Chilean music playing in the background. The food was very good, the best we had in town. If you like spicy tastes you should try pisco sour with aji...More