One of the relatively few restaurants not serving just meat and pasta but rather more elaborate interesting dishes. We came in for dinner thinking about a cordero patagonico after having seen them all day at the peninsula. Unfortunately, they had run out... We were so disappointed that the chef made us a half portion (last pieces of cordero) on the house - and boy was it good! Carillera and "smile" dessert also great. All this at reasonable prices.
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