We ate dinner at Agenlica's last night. The half-full restaurant seems to be doing quite well in the deserted Puerto Natales. The waiter really makes the difference, very friendly, fun and attentive. However the food quality was not always up to par. We were quite pleased with the appetizers, the beef carpaccio and the mixed ceviche, but the fish in the in the main dishes was overcooked and not so fresh. Pasta also stuck together like it was not cooked to order. The ambience is more traditional and very pleasant. Good value for a pleasant evening if you're not a real foody.
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