Ate here at end of a prepaid tour. Vegetable soup, chicken supreme and mashed potato, followed by creme caramel with a soft drink came for a decent 8000chile pesos, and was filling and reasonably tasty. Staff good.
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We were a large group so ordered a wide variety of food. The waitstaff was friendly, but had some trouble getting our order correct. Although the bread and salsa were good, and the mixed drinks were decent, the food was mediocre. Some of it was...More
We have just returned from this restaurant rather disappointed. (English understatement). The food was OK but nothing more than that - actually the least interesting in two weeks in Chile and Argentina. But the reason for two stars is the appalling musician. Nice enough guy...More
Nice environment and atmosphere, great food, awesome drinks. Here you can find a good range of local dishes with andean ingredients.
We had walked past on several occasions & been approached by staff to come in for a meal. We finally made it to dinner one night & were very disappointed. The service was poor, the tables sticky & menus dirty. The food was ordinary -...More
The setting is romantic and great for a date, all furniture is wooden and lights are down. Food was quite disappointing though. The salmon and the quinoa risotto had the exact same flavour and service was not very attentive.
The restaurant is rustic but nice. I ate llama and it was great, my husband ate a shrimp and calamari quinoa risotto and it was ok. The service took a bit longer but they offered us a pisco instead. The staff was very nice.
Sounded well on paper but it is all "hot air". Ordered lama stew house speciality, got some dry tasteless brownish "gulasch" nicely presented. (Cf photo) House pisco is a watery joke, with low actual cocktail level. (Cf photo) Wooden benches are highly unconformtable. Off the...More