We ordered the degustation menu. It was fantastic. The waiter was very knowledgeable about the food being served, a lot of detail about everything. The food was all sourced from within Chile, they grow their own herbs (and vegetables, I think?).
One couple we were with had eaten there 6 months earlier and the waiter remembered my friend, asking her specific questions about their last meal there and about their life since they had been there last, it was all quite genuine.
The presentation of the food was quite novel for us, pate that looks like a pot plant with bread served in little brown paper bags. Mini pears served on a bonsai tree. Dry ice on the table at one stage. Purple potatoes from the south of Chile served with sea asparagus sticking out of it, served on a marble slab. Novel, but really delicious.
Decor was great, very clean and modern and comfortable.
The wines were fantastic also.
It was not a cheap meal out, but it was worth it. I'd absolutely recommend it.
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