Actually went on recommendation and particularly wanted authentic Chilean food.
Service was good and the restaurant really did try to help us with the language barrier. Many other restaurants in Chile recognise the need for translation in English, I simply did not get a word, but thankfully a waitress was able to explain but we felt a little guilty wasting so much time explaining every dish.
Drinks were slow to arrive, pretty standard for Chile, and we ordered. The amuse Bouch of raw horse meat was a no no for me but hubbie ate both, said it was pleasant. The plate of breads was nice although the 3 sweet ones were a bit unpleasant as I didn't have my starter yet. They should stick to savoury ones, these were very tasty.
We ordered the mixed starter plate, 3 fish dishes and 2 meat, but I found the whole concept of those flavours all on the same plate quite off putting, the flavours were good, the salmon cerviche very tasty but all together was unsettling.
My pork main course was nice and smoky flavour but the refried beans were unforgettable.
We had no dessert.
The waiter forgot out bill on request and we had to ask someone else. All in all pleasant but won't be rushing back
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