I went two nights. Location is relatively easy to get to on foot. I believe they opened at 20:00, and they don't open until 20:00 as I got there early both times.
I will write about the food in a second, but first, about the staff. One spoke excellent English and had lived in the U.S. He patiently explained the offerings as the chef reinterprets native cooking. Native of many ethnicities traditional to the long country of Chile. All of the staff were friendly and eager to please. I got to met the co-owners on the 2nd night including the chef. He gave me traditional spices of Chile and a three-legged ceramic pig which was quite funny. The pig was made by the same woman who makes much of the native pottery for the meals.
Now the food.
Everything whether an appetizer which they served at no cost to the main courses to the deserts were beautiful to the eye. They were served on cross-sectioned length wise wooden planks as well as stones. Of course, everything was hygienic. Pure beauty and artistry in the form of food.
However, many foods (or even non-foods) may look beautiful. Chef and the pastry chef took the native food stuffs to new levels. There was a llama appetizer that was delicious. I had horse steak one night. Native grains pleased the mouth. There are not enough good words to write about this restaurant's food.
The interior had wood beam walls and exposed beams in the ceiling. There was an interior courtyard with seating for nice weather. I believe I recall a tree with leaves. Also the interior had a type of stucco that looked like native mud walls. Really looked cool.
This is one of two restaurants I would book a flight for South America solely to eat. The other is a pure Paradilla in Montevideo, but this is, without a doubt, the best meals I had in my life.
Prices both nights were about $40 U.S. including a bottle of wine from Chile each night. How can you beat that?
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