Upon conclusion of the mainland tour, we were two married couples visiting Easter Island (in our 50's). We were on the island in the first week of this venue's opening.
A talented Chilean, Carlos, and his artistic wife Paulina, have created a wonderfully french inspired menu from delicious local ingredients, inspired by chilean/spanish style cuisine. The produce was fresh and seasonal. The steak was 'melt in the mouth' and a substantial serve.
The service was discrete and relaxed, which we appreciated.
Carlos makes the best pisco sour. A must when visiting this venue in summer.
On the nights we visited, the restaurant was not full, however the restaurant had only opened days earlier and was still relatively unknown.
In addition to being our host, Carlos was also our guide around the island for 2 days. His exceptional knowledge of the island and its people was most impressive. He is fluent in English, which we found to be uncommon on the island.
We thoroughly recommend BonBon Chinois!
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