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(Close from May to September 2017 for low season) Aldea Restaurant looks to develop the concept of eating good. Start from the idea of enjoying every moment of the ritual of eating. Mixing local products with flavors of the Mediterranean, trying to keep each product in its original condition, using products of their own garden, trying to make that delicious it is also healthy. The chef interacts with visitors to create the perfect blend of each dish and a good wine. Slow Food.
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Aldea is a gem in Puerto Natales. The owner of our hotel suggested we eat here, and we are so glad we did.
From the start, our service was excellent. Our server spoke very good English, and was able to walk us through both the...More
I couldn't speak highly enough of this place. The fact that I stayed in Puerto Natales for 3 nights and ate all 3 nights here might give an indication of my thoughts. The menu isn't printed, it is up on the wall and would vary...More
We looked at the menu and thought we could get light meals, but we were wrong. Excellent food but we could not eat it all. We looked forward to sampling the attractive bakery items but could eat no more. We gave our leftovers to local...More
I had tried to make a reservation by email - they didn’t bother replying (seemingly this was my fault) but we eventually did get a reservation and boy were we underwhelmed! The maître d’ was one of the rudest people I’ve met - thankfully our...More
We ordered 3 starter, 1 main (mostly CLP 15000), 2 aqua (clp 1500), and a glass of wine. They are proud of their slow cook technique, which is fine, but apparently all came in very small portion. Bruscettas are only 3 small pieces, scallop ceviche...More
We found most of the dishes here to be exceptional. While the chef offers dishes one would expect - lamb and local seafood, he found some creative way to use more local/indigenous foods, like a local bulgar wheat. We were really happy with our meal.
We had dinner here after trekking. I recommend the octopus starter and grilled lamb for main. The lamb is very soft and perfectly cooked with their local veggies. The dessert of the day wasn’t that good and the wine is quite expensive for The homeland...More
Best meal in Patagonia. Local food from a staff that cares. Adorable bistro setting. Some dishes better than others. The eggplant ravioli was to die for. The vegetarian Tagine was ok. Good wine. Anyway. We’d go again but it’s hard to get in without a...More