It is a restaurant located in the principal Street. The service is good and u think the food it is a little expensive. I had a Ecuadorian shrimp Curry and it was not so good. The spicy Pisco sour was good.
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This restaurant isn't only good for San Pedro standards, but I actually miss the food from it after leaving. The ingredients were fresh and the food was very well seasoned. Service was also just perfect.
We had a very pleasant dinner in late April at La Estaka. the food (including a very interesting beet and squash soup) was delicious and artfully presented. The prices were right in line with everyone else's. Almost price collusion in the town, everything seems to...More
My friend that had been here before recommended this place, specifically the caneloni but it was awful the sauce was thin, didn't have the mushrooms or bacon it said it was supposed to have. The waiter didn't serve us our wine we had to pour...More
This place has an ambiance which sets it on a higher degree from the competition around it. The food is excellent, the place looks cool with its contemporary decor, and the service is very good. I would recommend them to improve their seasoning a little,...More
Went as part of a 12-strong group. Cosy atmosphere; good entertainment; patchy service; very limited wine list (shared with restaurant two doors away!). Food was basic and unimaginative, as is common in Chile, My Vegan wife was stuck with a basic salad (as most other...More
We enjoyd a wonderful lunch at La Estaka sitting in their warm, inviting outdoor area of the restaurant. If you are looking for traditional local cuisine, this is not the place. But, if you want to pick from a more adventurous menu that contains some...More