Discover Restaurants offering the best International food in Province of Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina. Chubut (Welsh: Talaith Chubut; Spanish: Provincia del Chubut IPA: [tʃuˈβut]) is a province in southern Argentina, situated between the 42nd parallel south (the border with Río Negro Province), the 46th parallel south (bordering Santa Cruz Province), the Andes range to the west, and the Atlantic ocean to the east. The province's name derives from the Tehuelche word chupat, meaning "transparent," their description of the Chubut River.
Things to do in Province of Chubut
Buena cocina, buena atenciÃ³n, precios razonables, y con muy buenas opciones para tener entretenidos a los niÃ±os. El baÃ±o estÃ¡ algo incÃ³modo.
4 based on 75 reviews
Small restaurant with very good food and great service offered by the owners. The menu changes every season so you know that the food is fresh. They offer specials every day too but if you can't decide then try all the starters or all the desserts as a 'taster'. The wine list is not extensive but they offer wines that are not found in other restaurants in the area and there is a good range. Best to book at weekend as it gets busy. I would really recommend this restaurant and always return disappointed with others. Fab!
4 based on 137 reviews
No puedes hacer feliz a todo el mundo...-no eres una cerveza. "Nuestra carta se caracteriza por tener variedad y calidad de productos regionales y una selecta cava de vinos. Todos los dÃas tenemos sugerencias de nuestro chef aprovechando los productos de
I suspect we were the first tourists to ever eat in this resto. Comodoro Rivadavia isn't really a tourist location, but we stopped here overnight in order to break our journey on the colectivo buses southwards. It's oil country, not a pretty place. We stayed in someone's house through Airbnb & the lovely lady recommended this resto in walking distance of the house.It was bustling, serving really tasty beer (not many places in Argentina serve ales for the English ale drinker) & the pasta was delicious (if a little rich).
4 based on 137 reviews
The soul of our Patagonian-Mediterranean cuisine is the balance of flavors aromas and textures. The Mediterranean-style menu has a varied selection of dishes made of the best steaks in the area so much beef as the traditional lamb. The sea provides fresh
There is not much of selection in the buffet when it comes to lunch or dinnerThe place is clean and decentAndrea, thanks for your comments. We believe that a brief menu gives a guarantee over a fresh an susteinable menu. Nevertheless, since last year we have add to our menu two daily suggestions. We hope to receive your visit in a near future.
4 based on 340 reviews
This restaurant is clearly popular with couples, families and groups of friends. We made the mistake of ordering a pizza each and ended up with a large "doggy bag". The mixed kebab was excellent. The only negative comment would be the price of the wine - presented with two bottles to choose from we made the mistake of not checking the prices!
4 based on 1131 reviews
Eating late is an Argentine culture. Dinner usually starts from 8pm. We were trying to find a place for dinner at 7pm as we want to end the day earlier. Walked past Chona and walked in. We ended up with the most terrible meal in Argentina! The wok fried prawn in soy sauce with rice was disgusting. And we also ordered a lamb steak with rosemary and we ended up having a steamed lamb steak. All we can say is that the food quality of this restaurant is terrible!
4 based on 148 reviews
Confortable and cozy, and special kind attention- Regional and argentinian food. Open from 8 to 24 hs. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner is full served.
We had dinner here twice because we were very impressed by the quality of the food. The soup, empanada and prawn starters were excellent. Of the main courses the most notable was the trout which was beautifully cooked when most of the fish during our trip to Argentina tended towards being over cooked. We also had a lamb casserole which was very different from casseroles at home but made from lovely tender meat. The steak was also really good. The Moussaka was a different interpretation of the dish from usual, but still pleasant.
4 based on 1359 reviews
I heard it was one of the best places to eat in town but what i ordered was nothing special. The rice with seafood was a bit overcooked. The amounts are not bad.
4 based on 92 reviews
Nikanor used to be a little outside town until they moved into beautifully renovated new premises just off the main street in Trevelin (the turning opposite Club Fontana/Casino). The whole place is spotlessly clean and spaciously set out. The food is beautifully prepared and reasonably priced and they have an excellent wine list. I must admit, that I cannot resist the temptation of their lasagne and cannelloni, both served piping hot and bubbling. The restaurant is also deceptively spacious and serves food at lunchtime and in the evenings. For Sunday lunch, there are few better places in the Chubut Andes.
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