My husband and I arrive in Puerto Natales in the afternoon on a Sunday, and we were tired and hungry. We walked around downtown looking for restaurants, but most were closed. When we found this cafe, the staff were having lunch and the restaurant was closed, but they invited us in anyways. We were very grateful and the whole dining experience turned out to be lovely. We ordered the salmon and a gnocchi dish with alfredo sauce, plus wine and beer. We also had brownies with ice cream for dessert. The waiter took our order and also made the food in the back - he was very kind and a talented chef. The restaurant was small but the atmosphere was warm and inviting, and there was lots of natural light and a good view overlooking the plaza. Plus, the prices were very good.
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