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The place didn't look too clean, service was poor and the food was not well made (the fettuccine's sauce was pure oil- see photo- , and the fish was burned in one side and raw on the other). My husband and I don't recommend this...More
We had a late lunch here and it was probably the best meal over two weeks between Argentina and Uruguay: fresh, tasteful and generous portions of ceviche of Brotola and gazpacho! Wine by the glass (Sauvignon) was also very nice.
i always have summer vacations in punta del este uruguay and often go to this restaurant but this year the food eas terrible, a watery shrimp risoto, tiramisu with no taste and my friends also complaint about their awfull food. As a desert they had...More
This restaurant has a great bustling atmosphere and was clearly very popular with locals. They all seemed to be having a mixed seafood dish for starter which we regretted not ordering! The gazpacho soup was a highlight
We have been eating on there today, winter and on week day.
Maybe for this reason, just a couple table where busy.
We got a specially good service, a very kind and helpful waiter served us.
Food was average, yet abundant.
Can advise fiends to...More
We are frequent visitors to Punta del Este, not only in Summer but also throughout the year, and we are used to the good restaurants and services one can find there . This was not our first time at Lo de Charlie, which used to...More
We heard really good things about this restaurant from Lonely Planet so we decided to have dinner there. The restaurant is not oceanfront - it is about a block away. The restaurant was severely understaffed because our poor waiter was running around maintaining both the...More
On the main oceanfront road just north of La Barra, very casual, with a nice outside deck with umbrellas, good views of the ocean. Excellent seafood, especially the local brotola (also called Lochas), a succulent white fish served with wok vegetables. Delicious! Salmon is excellent...More