We saw this restaurant written up in a weekly bulletin that was posted in our hostal and decided to give it a try. It was a long walk downhill from where we were and we arrived there just as we were about to give up on finding it. We were glad we did. It's a prix fixe menus with aperitif, starter (we had the soup) main meal (roasted chicken with risotto) and dessert (tiramisu). There were other more exotic options available, such as salmon and a ceviche starter, but we weren't feeling adventurous that night. No matter, it was all delicious and well-presented. The tiramisu was just ok, but the desserts in Chile always seem a bit underwhelming. In this case, the filling was eggy rather than creamy. This is a minor complaint, however. We would definitely return here.
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