We had been told to dine here while in the town. Warned it was pricy, but well worth it. We chose to dine here our first night, celebrating our 15th wedding anniversary. Ceviche was best I've had. My husband, not a fan of onions even ate quite a bit. (It's quite onion-y.) When in Patagonia you eat lamb, yes? So we've had it in all the towns we've visited & this by far was the most tasty. The Salmon was delish. The salad, a salad, nothing out of the ordinary, but presentation was artful, the steamed veggies were pretty too. The wine selection leaves much to be desired, but we have discovered that everywhere on the Chilean side of Patagonia. Wine on the Argentina side -- great. For dessert we had homemade Amarula ice cream & the staff gave us a dessert drink for an anniversary gift. Very thoughtful.
And maybe we went the night after to try the prawn & scallop curry. (Fantastic as well.)
AND maybe we plan one more dinner there before we leave Chile. After-all, have 2 more entrées to try.
Afrigonia, this Liberian & American couple gives you a 5 star all around. Grateful for the meals shared with you.
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