If I were to rate this restaurant only on the pastel de centolla (king crab pie), I would give it an excellent review. It's not cheap but it is loaded with crab and simply delicious. The king crab platter, which is also loaded with crab, isn't nearly as interesting. Lots of crab, for sure, but like so much food in Chile, kind of blah. This is a country where pepper isn't routinely seen on restaurant tables!
The fried calamari and my husband's fish were fresh and tasty.
The centolla is expensive, but the rest of the menu is pretty reasonable with decent portions on everything.
Homey interior with lots of Chilean's and tourists. Staff doesn't speak a lot of English which can be a challenge. Our waiter misunderstood my beer order, but they gave me the one I wanted, no argument. After that, I let my husband do the ordering; he speaks Spanish!
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