Are there two restaurants with this name? We went here and had by far the worst meal in our lives. I'm sure this is not what Chileans typically eat. We had ceviche to start which was way overly limey and looked like mushy canned tuna. The salad was limp iceberg with cardboard cucumbers and crunchy avocadoes. We wanted fish and I ordered the seabass margarita style. It was way overcooked, then covered with a gluey gray sauce. My husband had the scallops pil pil, a bowl of watery broth with little erasers floating around. Maybe they had an off night but we will never return here. Luckily we had eaten a small plate of delicious wings at Baguales earlier in the day.
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