This is a large restaurant with several rooms and beautiful outdoor seating. We dined in the largest room. The dishes showed varying quality. The seafood soup "Levante Lazaro" (to wake up Lazarus) was a good size bowl filled a variety of seafood in a spicy broth and tasted excellent. But the traditional Chilean beef with corn was bland and their mejillas de merluza al pil pil was neither spicy nor tasty enough. The service was attentive and good but most of the food was only standard.
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