It was recommended by our tourist guide. The restaurant has a Polynesian motif , the table were we the seated was a bit far from the stage were the show was being shown. The food was average and the choice is limited, but at least the show was OK, The first part of the show is interesting. You can hear and learn about the folkloric dances of Chile and their different regions. Then comes the second part of the show were the music and dances are Polynesian. If your taken there, just have good time and have a laugh of some poor tourist who they pick from the public to dance with the dancers.
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