There are not many tables with a good view and if you are unlucky the table in front of you could be standing up taking photos blocking your view. We tried 2 tables and we could not have a good view in either one. The show is divided into 3 parts and 2 parts are Polynesian, so don't get your hopes up to see a full Chilean dance experience. The waiters don't hesitate to ask for tips, which is common in South America. The food was average. The emcee only spoke Spanish, so we could not fully appreciate the background of the dances. I would not recommend this place if you are looking for a real Chilean experience.
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