On the way to Llao-Llao, right after Cerro Campanario you'll find Chiado, named after the famous Lisbon city square, a perfect place for a good lunch or an afternoon tea with a superb view of Brazo Campanario and Península San Pedro with the snow-peaked Neuquén mountains as a backdrop.
We haven't eaten lunch there yet, but the menu is varied and nothing like the regular potato-and-steak fare you find in most Bariloche restaurants. What we did have there was tea, of which they have an ample choice, and - wow! - pastry: delicate, original, delicious. Don't miss their cannoli.
The service - by Germán, the owner - is attentive and efficient. The background music is excellent and the décor is in very good taste. Throw in the view and you have what is certainly one of the best choices in Bariloche for a leisurely afternoon tea, well worth a stop on your way to of from Llao-Llao and the Circuito Chico.
Open from 12 to 8 pm. Bring cash, or a debit card - they don't take credit cards.
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