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Bar, Seafood, Soups, Chilean
Reservations, Seating, Television, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Highchairs Available, Full Bar, Free Wifi
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Reviewed March 3, 2020 via mobile

Not bad place to eat although a little more expensive than some others in the same street. The seafood risotto was great and loaded with seafood. Service is good although a little slow.

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed February 16, 2020 via mobile

Great little restaurant, especially for a gluten free dish. Highly recommend the Seafood Risotto. My partner has celiac disease and using google translate to ask if “sin gluten” was difficult every where. This little restaurant had the only risotto on O’Higgins Street. Good wine too....The Chilean salad is big enough for 2.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 31, 2020

A pleasant decor. Average to good food. Excellent cocktails and wine. The service was superior to start but ended in confusion and delays to pay. Close to the cruise dock.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 5, 2020

If I could give this zero stars I would. The food is terrible and very expensive, the worst food I have had in Chile so far.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 25, 2019 via mobile

The place is really nice, but the food a 5 at best. The furniture is beautiful. We have not eaten very well so far in Punta Arenas, so it may be not as bad (relatively).

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 25, 2019 via mobile

First of all: really nice setting and interior. It is pity that the waiter gave us a bad experience, otherwise it would be a nice place to have dinner. Where to start.... when we arrived there was one more couple having dinner. We took the...table in front of the window with a view of the streets. The table was set for one person, so the waiter wanted to place an extra plate. I didn’t saw he was standing next to me with an extra plate, so there was some misunderstanding. Instead of understanding, he was so rude about me not moving the menu from the table. After that we wanted to order drinks from their extensive drinksmenu. We wanted to order a cocktail with vodka (just vodka, limejuice and soda) and an amaretto sour. He looked at the bar and said: ‘no we don’t have, we only have pisco sour, calafate sour and beer’. We looked at the bar and the wall... there were dozens of bottles of liquor in front of the wall - included 6 bottles of vodka. Not empty at all, so we really don’t understand why he couldn’t make the simple cocktail. So we asked him again, but he was again a little bit irritated about it. So we ordered just a beer and a pisco sour. We were dissapointed, so we made the decision to leave after paying our drinks ofcourse. We had to pay 7000 + 700 tips. We gave him 10.000 and he was asking (again irritated) if we had a creditcard to pay with, because he didn’t had any change. We wanted to pay with cash, so no. Irritated he called somebody, no answer. Suddenly he had some change in his pocket, so he gave us 2000 back and was looking at us like ‘this is it’. So I said to him that it’s not correct, so he took back the money and gave me 3000 back instead. So he made the decision to not take the tip. He didn’t even say goodbye anymore. Behind us stood the other couple to pay. We talked to them outside and they told us they have left, because the food was terrible and they didn’t received everything that they had ordered. A terrible place, certainly NOT recommended!!!!More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 18, 2019

The staff were lovely and very helpful but working in impossible conditions. The setting is lovely, it has real rustic charm but the televisions blaring out music should have been the first warning sign. Staff did turn the volume down when as requested but the...bank of tvs meant there was no escaping the screens. The food seemed to be taking longer than accepted and when we asked we were told that someone had had to go out to get the ingredients from their other restaurant. We waited over 45 minutes for the food to arrive (two pizzas) and when it did we had to send it back as it was cold and uncooked. It came back about 10 minutes later slightly better looking but still not right. The pizza base was factory made, thin, soggy and unappetising, the topping was freshly made but I suspect with some frozen/canned vegetables. It was barely edible. The staff looked as though they were used to complaints about the food and were very apologetic. There is an excellent pizzeria next door, go there!More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed May 30, 2019 via mobile

The place by itself is nice, good location and atmosphere. However, the food is almost inedible. Even the tap water was bad. The food is grossly over expensive. Punta Arenas is expensive but this place is ridiculous. The portions are small, the meat was like...rubber, the vegetables were frozen. Furthermore, the attention was pretty bad. The French place next door is way better, equally expensive but good.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed February 28, 2019 via mobile

One of the best meals we have had in Punta Arenas - not an inexpensive meal but an unforgettable one! We had the lamb ravioli and also the grilled chicken with a side of homemade mash potatoes. The mashed potatoes were quite extraordinary - orange...peppers and slices of green olives were mixed in - quite delicious! Highly recommended!More

Date of visit: February 2019
Reviewed February 16, 2019 via mobile

We were the first in the restaurant at 630pm and had the whole place to ourselves for about an hour or more. Restaurant is upstairs with good light and cool ambiance. Every other restaurant on the same street seemed very dark inside. We ordered the...paella as well as hake fish and cooked veggies. Food was piping hot, service was quick, and taste was delicious. The portions are quite big. We each had a pisco sour. The drinks were not as good as other pisco sours, but acceptable. Waiter was friendly enough. Cost is a bit more, but seems on par with other options in Punta Arenas for similar food. They take credit cards. Not a bad option especially if you like to eat a bit earlier in a clean, well-lighted place.More

Date of visit: February 2019
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