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Steakhouse, Barbecue, Chilean
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Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
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Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar
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Reviewed August 10, 2019 via mobile

So we got a recommendation from the hotel we are staying about this place and decided to go, because I wanted to try the lamb. The place is a bit hidden since the entrance isn't at the street level but it's accessed trough an alleyway....Once inside, the restaurant has an old atmosphere and to our surprise it was empty (it has just opened) and since we were the first patrons of the night the staff were really nice and the food was just great!More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed May 23, 2016

Carnes Queulat is a carnivore's delight. Humbly hidden in an alley that serves as a parking lot, when you enter the restaurant, you are transported to a time and space of tranquility and warmth, in which the hues of natural wood and dim lighting are...a refuge from the city. During the two times I had the pleasure to enjoy almuerzo (lunch), I ordered cordero Magellanico (lamb) and entrecot (Porterhouse steak) solo vuelta y vuelta (rare), with mixed salads, accompanied by the aperitif of a Pisco sour and an accompanying half-bottle of Chilean cabernet selected by the house. Their Pisco sours, prepared in the traditional Peruvian manner, were comparable to those served in Pisco. The lamb, served Argentinian-parrillada style with potatoes, was roasted to perfection. The steak arrived perfectly rare, Patagonian beef that could be sliced with a butter-knife. The accompanying cabernet was full-bodied, mature, and luscious. The salads were as fresh as fresh can be. A raised finger brought instant service, with responses in less than two minutes. The only fault of Carnes Queulat is its restricted menu, with only four main dishes of salmon, lamb, Porterhouse, and filet mignon, two of which I can attest are prepared to perfection. Carnes Queulat is an ideal place for a family dinner, a business lunch, a celebration, or simply dining alone. The prices were more than modest, given the quality. If you love the Bull and Bear Steakhouse in New York City, like I do, you will love Carnes Queulat.More

Date of visit: April 2016
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Reviewed January 25, 2015

We had lunch, then dinner at Carnes Queulat and loved everything. Great fish, steak and vegetables and not because of the great pisco sours!

Date of visit: January 2015
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Reviewed December 3, 2014

Hi, I was here with my wife and we share the small portion of this meat hill you can see on the picture. Guess it is about 1,5 kg. It comprises sausages, chicken, beef and intestines. You get a load of beef and it tastes...OK, but it is more quantity than quality. It comes with potatoes, you do not need a side order. This is what you can also typically find in Brazil. You should be very keen on meat. A by the way, the fries were squashy. Service was very friendly an nice. It was crowded on the weekend and you would have need a reservation. During the week no problem.More

Date of visit: November 2014
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Reviewed November 7, 2014

Professional service, excellent food, not expensive. Strongly recommend, can't get better!! A perfect salmon for the main course.

Date of visit: November 2014
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Reviewed August 9, 2014

I truly believe this is the best restaurant in Coyhaique, no doubt about it. The steak here is amazing and the prices are far more reasonable than many other restaurants. In a town where eating out can be somewhat expensive, it's nice to find a...little gem like Carnes Quelat. It's also quieter and much less hectic than some of the other standard gringo haunts closer to the plaza.de armas. It's a little hard to find, ensconced as it is in a kind of side alley / parking lot, so keep an eye out for the sign. The staff are friendly and they make a mean pisco sour. I think I might go back tonight...More

Date of visit: February 2014
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Reviewed March 22, 2014

This wonderful restaurant served up one of the best meals that I had in my three weeks in Chile. The atmosphere is very nice and welcoming. The waiters are attentive, though service (as in most of Chile) is a bit slow, so don't be in...a hurry. The parrillada is excellent and includes several different types of meat as well as sausages and potatoes. The prices are very reasonable, both for food and wines. If you like to eat dinner at American hours (8 pm or so), you will have the place almost to yourself.More

Date of visit: March 2014
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Reviewed December 12, 2013

We have eaten at almost every restaurant in the city, and this restaurant surpasses them all. The food is delicious. The atmosphere is welcoming. The service is always great. The prices are very reasonable. Here you will get a parrilada as delicious as Ricer, but...for half the price and with very good service.More

Date of visit: November 2013
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