We loved the location of this restaurant, in a charming, peaceful wooden house away from the traffic nightmare of the busy restaurant district in downtown Puerto Varas. We were concerned about leaving our Subaru with kayak on top and filled with paddles and kayak equipment, but were able to park right in front of the restaurant. This meal was our reward after five soggy days of sea kayaking in the fiords of Pumalin Park. Our mouths were watering for some special, delicious treats. We arrived to find a toasty woodstove to warm our chilled bodies. We were the first to arrive at 7PM and were welcomed graciously despite our outdoorsy, sopping wet rain gear. My husband savored every last bite of the fish and chips. It is not typically my favorite dish, but the samples he shared with me literally melted onto my tongue. Bob said the French fries were just like his mother's and the ketchup was authentic American (Hellman's, according to the owner). His Erdinger Dunkel dark beer was excellent and served in an elegant, tall beer stein. I ordered the ceviche, which was generous and quite good. Would you believe that we finished off our meal by splitting not one, but two orders, consecutively, of the yummy, molten dark chocolate brownie topped with a scoop of pistachio ice cream. The owner and waiter couldn't have been nicer. We will definitely go back for more fish and chips on our next trip to Puerto Varas!