One might easily be put off by the location, down a rutted earth track near the shipping harbour, but once there it turns out to be right on the sea, with breakers crashing on the rocks that stretch right up to its terrace. It is simple, with staff wearing their own clothes, and coloured table cloths, but it is not without a certain rustic charm. The menu is not extensive and fairly fish oriented. However, after this first impression I was surprised to find the quality of the food and its presentation more professional than the ambience had led me to expect. It was a little odd to be offeted mashed potato or rice with grilled fish, but rightly or wrongly I put this down to local custom. After the many dire warnings about the level of prices in Easter Island these were also a pleasant surprise: no main course was more than abouy 11,000 pesos, and I paid 21,000 for two courses and a beer, including service. Coffee and tea were complimentary. Admittedly I am used to London prices, and after a holiday in Norway anything seems reasonable.
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