Excellent food with extremely friendly staff. Great vine selection. Service, as is common in Chile, tends to be slower so plan accordingly based on your hunger levels..
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Went here as it was one of the few places open quite late on a Sunday evening in Puerto Natales. Had a pasta dish which was perfectly fine, followed by tiramisu (pretty good). The place looks quite formal, but in fact, the waiters are actually...More
We stopped here just driving around looking for something open on a Sunday night. Beautiful ambience. We each ordered fish. He had salmon and I had a white fish whose name escapes me now. Both served with as all potato a s sautéed vegetables. So...More
I bought a loaf of brown bread. Half a chilo. 5 euros. Bread was so hard we could not eat it!. It was a big disappointment as place looks nice. We avoided the restaurant because of what happened with that non edible bread.
We came here for a quiet little romantic dinner, it was perfect. the service was nice the food was great and the wine wasn't too bad either. It's not a place for young children but from teenage up and small groups this place is very...More
What a find! A friend recommended Angelica's and glad I took their advice. 11 of us dined here. We all had something different and we all raved about the meal. I ordered one of the specials, a lightly seared tuna steak with, I think, a...More
even though the prices are quite high as mentioned in other posts, I guess this is what you pay in Patagonia for good food served in a restaurant with table cloth and proper wine glasses. the waiter was very attentive and helpful, meal and wine...More
The place, although a bit expensive, is absolutely excellent to get Patagonic food. Try Natales beer. The lamb is delicious. Mi favorite dish for sure was King Crab Caneloni -- please have it! Also they serve Calafete Sour, which in my opinion is way better...More
We stopped in for a quick lunch and was pleasantly surprised at the array of fresh baked goodies and breads in the glass cases. Our lunch of homemade soup & a chicken Cesar salad was very good but the baked goods steal the show....worthy of...More