We went to this 'cool' restaurant at lunch time,while we waited to see The Wolf of Wall Street, due to start about two hours later.
We ordered the cheese and seafood 'empanadas' to be shared as starters. Soon afterwards came 5 very warm and flavourful empanadas.These would turn out to be by far the best part of our lunch.
Not wanting to overeat before a 3-hour long film, my wife ordered an octopus salad and I, a chupe de mariscos caliente (hot seafood pie). This was suppsed to bring an assortment of seaafood, but it was a total dissapointment. I made a very careful search with my spoon, only to find two or three microscopic --and tasteless-- shrimp, plus other inidentifiable ingredients. The taste, absolutely boring!
Ah, the octopus salad consisted of 3 or 4 razor-thin slices of tender warm octopus plus generous.., yes, lettuce.
All in all, an entirely forgettable experience.... except for the prices, Certainly not good value for your money
Considering this restaurant was founded by an acclaimed Peruvian chef who has opened several restaurants in Santiago and lives in Chile, the evidence suggests he is either gone or has no idea what goes on in the kitchen.
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