A giant king crab sign beckons you into this red-tin-walled restaurant, although the maritime bric-a-brac hanging from the ceiling can be a little distracting. The name means "return" and it succeeds in getting repeat visits on the strength of its seafood. Newspapers from the 1930s line the walls in this century-old home; the service is friendly and relaxed. The culinary highlight is the centolla (king crab), which comes served with a choice of five different sauces. This is among the best places to try Tierra del Fuego's signature dish.
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