Proximity to the stunning Torres del Paine National Park makes Puerto Natales a gateway to adventure. It’s the best place to stock up on supplies and get your gear in order before you hop a two-hour bus ride to the park. This is an area for nature lovers, with plenty of opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, sailing and exploring.
Things to do in Puerto Natales
4.5 based on 361 reviews
Testing out the tastebuds after 10 years with a wide range of exciting vegetarian dishes served all day.deckchairs in garden
I will quickly admit that we are not vegetarians. It was Sunday and most places were closed. So we ate here and we were not disappointed with their hefty cheese/lettuce/tomato Sandwich and with their refried bean tortilla. Both were great tasting. This is a small restaurant with a large catering to backpackers. So be prepared to wait for a table. They have more magazine to peruse than some Libraries!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Excellent service at this quaint restaurant with family style seated located conveniently at one corner of the square close to shops, post office, tour companies and B&B's. Their menu offers a broad selection of pizza for all tastes. Great beer selection too! Lovely little find.
4.5 based on 551 reviews
Went there for coffee, hot chocolate, and Internet. Lots of amazing sweets available but we didn't partake. Got there around 3pm and by 5:30 it was very crowded. Good coffee, v hot. Good hot chocolate. Good internet connect while the place was not crowded.
4.5 based on 877 reviews
Inspired by the natural beauty of Patagonia and the strong craft ales of California, Baguales embodies two worlds in one glass. Brewed in a true "artisanal" style per the strict Reinheitzgebot Purity Law, our unfiltered and unpasteurized ales are brewed with local malted barley, hops imported from the Pacific Northwest, yeast, and some of the best water on the planet. This strong and natural ale, worthy of the wild surroundings that inspired its creation, soon caught on and was the first true draft beer offered throughout Torres del Paine National Park.
There are probably thousands of bars like this around the world - similar menu of burgers, Mexican faves, ribs, pasta and so on with a few craft beers on tap. And they all end up with pretty much the same tasteless rubbery food and sloppy service. Only wish I hadn't had to travel a few thousand miles to visit the place. Given the reviews on TA I expected better. Oh well.
4.5 based on 833 reviews
We visited based on the highly rated reviews on TA but were disappointed that it did not live up to expectations. The facility is fine and has a good vibe but the food did not live up to the billing. We had the curry & coconut salmon but did not get much of the curry or the coconut taste. And then given the price, we felt that we should have had a better dinner. So, a disappointing visit.
4.5 based on 497 reviews
(Close from May to September 2017 for low season) Aldea Restaurant looks to develop the concept of eating good. Start from the idea of enjoying every moment of the ritual of eating. Mixing local products with flavors of the Mediterranean, trying to keep each product in its original condition, using products of their own garden, trying to make that delicious it is also healthy. The chef interacts with visitors to create the perfect blend of each dish and a good wine. Slow Food.
We were taken here by the Ecocamp before departing on our long road trip to the Ecocamp. The food was excellent and the wine list very impressive. The food was delicious with generous servings. The food is sourced locally and very fresh. Try to book as it is popular place and not very big.
4.5 based on 484 reviews
Matching the richness and beauty of the building itself will be that of the dishes emerging from Chef Laurent Pasqualetto´s kitchen, further connecting guests to the region´s terrior and heritage. Locally grown ingredients, such as Patagonian hare, lamb, southamerican king crab, white strawberries, rhubarb, seaweed and Patagonian honey will tempt palate as Chef Pasqualetto re-imagines traditional, regional recipes; fully respectful of the area´s culture and its rich byproducts. To perfectly complement the delectable dishes coming out of the kitchen, you will be able to choose from a variety of wines from each grape-growing valley of Chile.5 kilometres from Puerto Natales.
Wow! The design is simply outstanding. The service amazing and the cuisine exemplary. Totally faultless. An experience missed at your peril. Made it worthwhile travelling to the Fin del Mundo.
4.5 based on 310 reviews
Visited this place on a Saturday night based mainly on good reviews on TA but were surprised when we walked in the we were the only ones in the restaurant and weren't quite sure we'd come to the right place. However we went in and were greeted warmly although it soon became clear that no-one spoke English - thankfully not a problem as the menu was in English.
Ordered the crab pie, lamb stew and one more dish (can't remember) and the food was surprisingly excellent. Prices were around 10,000CLP for each dish. Noticed that there were some very attractive desserts available so had a monster piece of strawberry pie was was also delicious
4 based on 166 reviews
We met our Patagonia guides here. Coffee bar and retail clothing shop. Lots of backpackers hanging about. Comfy spot to have some hot beverages.
4.5 based on 269 reviews
Twenty different kinds of thin crust pizzas, cooked to perfection by our pizzaiolo in the most amazing wood fired oven in Patagonia.Delicious Crepes, prepare with local farm products, Baked “au gratin” in our wood burning oven.Fresh salads and soups. All natural and organic.Fresh pasta, desserts, local beers an more...
Went with the family after a long day out in Torres del Paine. This place has amazing wood oven pizzas, with great ingredients and variety. They also had salads, pastas and other food options. The attention was good and the place was very cozy, lots of people.
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