We had dinner at this restaurant, the menu offered plenty of appetizing dining options, the food was delicious and the environment very nice.
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Despite its name this large airy restaurant serves solid Chilean fare. It was one of the few places open in Providenica on a Sunday and was well frequented by large local family groups on the evening we went. The waiter was very friendly with a...More
Have eaten here almost since I was a kid, so tradition calls. I still love their traditional way of been but some things could stay better. I think it is expensive sometimes.
Roomy and possibly used to far more people than we encountered. The staff seemed a little less interested in us than the football / soccer game on TV. The table staff spoke little to no English yet we survived. Both meals were fillet, one with...More
My husband and I arrived in Santiago late that night. We were both starving from having traveled a very long distance. We rented an apartment nearby and walked around the neighborhood looking for later dinner. We decided to give this place a try. It was...More
One of the typical restaurants for Chilean food, tending a bit to German. Roasted meats, with the side dishes you find everywhere. A lo pobre loin (with French fries, onion and fried eggs), roasted mix, ham, and only a pair of fish dishes. You can...More
This restaurant has pretty good food; meat and vegetarian, but I think that they can improve in: - service os waitress: they have to be faster - bathrooms: are too small The good thing of this restaurant is that it has a good parking.
Went in search of the local favourite Chorillana. This place did not disappoint, the meal was great & prices are really reasonable! Worth a try
Always friendly towards me and my fellow American classmates from a local international school. Great happy hour deals, good karaoke selection, and always fun!