English speaking staff, nice restaurant and well prepared food. Go for the 'poor man's steak' and let it surprise you.
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If you want the real experience of a typical Magallanes spring lamb cooked slowly on a rack over coals, this the place. When you order this dish, it comes in three separate servings: first the ribs, with juicy meat and well seasoned fat on the...More
Took a trip to Punta Arenas with my parents to celebration their 50th wedding anniversary (where they got married). After an extremely disappointing meal at the Cabo de Hornos restaurant the night before (both the food and the service), we came to Los Ganaderos on...More
Punta Arenas is almost at the "end of the world" so to speak, so while you will find awesome spots to eat, bear in mind the population in Punta Arenas does not sustain expensive eateries by itself, so everything you find will have some tweaks...More
This steakhouse doesn't open until 8 PM. We had a nice evening here; but don't be in a hurry, you are here for the evening. Service was initially prompt but as the restaurant filled up with patrons, it became difficult to get a waiter's attention....More
Saw a lot of locals coming in here and the parrilla so thought they should know how to cook their meat but how disappointing. Ordered the fillet need steak with chips and onions. Given South American meats was expecting something great but what a bad...More
We stayed in Punta Arenas for 3 nights last week, with a final night last week after visiting Torres del Paine. On our final night, we decided on a meal at Parilla Los Ganderos. The meal was average to very good. But I gave it...More
The restaurant is very nice with a view to the water. The service is great - but the highlight is the lamb BBQ .
The experienced traveler can, in certain situations make big mistakes! If you go to this restaurant you will make the same mistake! Don't get distracted by the very nice decoration of the restaurant! You are going there not for the decoration, but for the MEAT!...More
This was by far the best tasting cordero we tried during our entire time in Patagonia. It is expensive, but well worth the prize. Come with time to spare, so you can linger of the amazing meal. We asked the waiter (great English, certainly better...More