This place is here not to entertain tourists, but to feed the locals. I loved it! My steak was perfect and so was the avocado salad, which is just the avocado. I strongly recommend this place.
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Hard to find, especially as sign is covered in one direction by a tree, but attached to the fire station! We were lucky the fire engine was parked outside so had a bit of a clue. Wide choice of food and big portions. They open...More
Besides, you help a non profit organization (Firemen). Definitely recommended! (Won best "picada" of Chile Award, well deserved)
Casino Bombero was started by local Cohaique firefighters who were doing a lot of cooking anyway. They figured opening a restaurant next to the firehouse would not be a stretch and would bring in some extra money for the department. The idea was a good...More
Hard to find a place open Sundays, but this did not disappoint. I was looking for something plain and the salmon cooked on a plank was good. Best pisco sour I had in Coyhaique. They do have an English language menu. It's tucked behind the...More
Having been to several picadas in various cities, this one wasn't something special by any means, but pretty good. At a typical Chilean restaurant you can get simple grilled meat, chicken, and fish ; canned cold green beans, lettuce /tomato salad with vegetable oil as...More
Don´t judge a book by its cover. We wouldn't have walked anywhere near it if our hotel proprieter hadn't talked it up. But it has nice picada (Chilean diner) fare: grilled meat, fries, conger soups, lettuce and tomato salads
Good home-cooked Chilean meals. The staff is capable and welcoming and the prices are very reasonable. Local beers and a small selection of wines available. Be sure to bring Chilean pesos because credit cards and US dollars are not welcome.