A fire crackles in the corner wood-burning stove in this tidy little restaurant. Vases filled with fresh flowers adorn tables covered with white linen. The place is run by the González family—the mother cooks, her husband and son serve—and they all exude a genuine warmth to everyone who walks in the door. There's plenty of traditional Chilean fare on the menu, including the standout centolla (king crab) and langostino (lobster), not to mention the hearty
filete casona, roast beef with bacon, mushrooms, and potatoes.
Obispo Vielmo 77, Coyhaique, Chile