This funky little spot is a strange, incongruous addition to the frontier feel of Puerto Natales. Fading movie posters and ‘60s-era magazine ads butt up against a collection of household items, from the town's early days, in the dining room. The wood-burning stove keeps you warm, and Internet access keeps you in touch. Lamb comes in all shapes and styles, including a Middle Eastern kebab, rare in these parts. The salmón a la mantequilla (salmon baked in butter
and black pepper) is also decent, but the grilled lamb with garlic sauce is the highlight. Not as great (but forgivable) are the waiters' modish tango hats and the strange mannequins in the front window.
Arturo Prat 236, Puerto Natales, 6160000, Chile