It's practically a hole in the wall, about a five-minute walk down the hill from the Neruda house/museum. About four tables. Not quite Bohemian but not your neighborhood simplicity either. Some authentic looking antique pieces by the door, which is guarded by an old but vigilant dog (totally friendly though).
Fresh vegetables and fish. Attractively presented. Most of all, the young couple who owns the place is endearingly attentive and friendly. A bottle of so-so wine at $30 was a bit high.
Great and relaxing atmosphere.
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