Several kitchens here prepare mariscal (shellfish soup) and caldillo (seafood chowder), as well as almejas (clams), machas (razor clams), and ostiones (scallops) with Parmesan cheese. Separate tables and counters are at each kitchen in this enclosed market, which is 3 km (2 mi) west of Puerto Montt along the coast road. Don't expect anything as formal as set hours, but most open around 11 am for lunch and serve for about three hours,
and then from about 6 to 9 pm for dinner every day in the January–March high season. The rest of the year, most close some days of the week.
Caleta Angelmó, Puerto Montt, Chile