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Caleta Angelmó

  • Chilean

Known for

  • Food stalls serving Chilean specialities
  • No set hours but usually open for lunch and dinner in high season
  • Fish market and handicraft stores also on-site

Published 01/20/2011

Fodor's Review

More than a dozen small kitchens and eateries at this enclosed market 3 km (2 miles) west of Puerto Montt along the coast road prepare southern Chilean seafood favorites like curanto, a potpourri of shellfish, meat, and potatoes, and paila marina, a hearty seafood stew with mainly shellfish. Each kitchen has separate tables and counters. Don't expect set hours, but most open around 11 am for lunch and serve for about three hours. Every day in the January–March high season, they re-open between 6–9 pm for dinner. The rest of the year, most of the kitchens close some days of the week. In the same complex is a colorful fish market and stores selling local handicrafts.

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Caleta Angelmó, Puerto Montt, Los Lagos, 5480000, Chile

Published 01/20/2011


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