This intimate establishment specializes in curanto, available at both dinner and lunch (most restaurants only have it for lunch). A variety of other dishes fill out the menu, from standard Chilote seafood to pizza, beef, chicken, and sandwiches. The walls of the restaurant are lined with curious photos, statues, and other Chiloé memorabilia. The wood-burning stove in the center of the dining room is much appreciated on the often cold and rainy nights.
94 Arturo Prat, Ancud, 5710000, Chile