Find out what Contemporary restaurants to try in Isla Chiloe. Although it's only a 30-minute ferry crossing away from mainland Chile across the Chacao Channel, verdant Isla Chiloe – the largest in the Chiloe archipelago – is another world. Sixteen wooden churches clustered around Castro on the island's east coast have UNESCO World Heritage status, and traditional palafitos (houses on stilts) dot its shores. To the west, Chiloe National Park shelters foxes, sea lions and otters and provides unspoiled terrain for horseback riding, sea kayaking and fishing.
Things to do in Isla Chiloe
4 based on 1449 reviews
Inspired by the markets, our ingredients are chilotes, fresh and local.Cooked with love, we enhance flavors, aromas and textures.Welcome to enjoy a kitchen with personality and territorial consciousness, always fresh, always local.
If you love seafood, then you canât miss this place when you are in Castro. Thereâs also a lovely terrace that faces the water, offering a cosy and casual atmosphere.The food was fresh and delicious, with generous portion sizes. Being a seafood lover, there were so many appetising options on the menu that it was hard to make a decision.In the end, my Boyfriend and I decided to share a starter (tuna ceviche), which was delish; the tiny pieces of strawberries added a nice fresh contrast to the flavours. As for my main, I went for the seafood broth with clams, mussels, which was yumz, though the waiter recommended the crab gratin, which did sound appealing. My boyfriend had the mussels, which was delicious, though the accompanying fries werenât that much, especially if you are used to having âmoules and fritesâ, with lots of frites. Nonetheless, the food taste was excellent, and I would go back again the next time Iâm ever in Castro!Wow, what a nice review. Thanks for so nice words! and for shared you experience with other customers.
4 based on 178 reviews
We arrived coming from ChaitÃ©n (ferry) and decided to have lunch. Very clean, and seems the best in town as we passed thru some. Large group (21!) but the owner was not afraid and did everything in his power to receive us and prepare great food. Sandwiches (very large and good), menu and some at la carte plates with sea food. No alcohol available. We have good food, a very good impression on someone that works hard to satisfy its customers and try everything to serve them at the best. Thanks Juan!!!
4 based on 611 reviews
Our tour guide suggested this restaurant. The pictures just say it all. The cuteness was unbelievable. They made special dishes to accommodate our groups dietary restrictions. Gaby is an excellent cook. The restaurant has a great aesthetic and view of the water.
4 based on 105 reviews
Cafe del Lago Huillinco is open only in summer time, wich is january, february and march.
We stopped on the way from Castro to the Parque Nacional. A very nice location along the lake where they prepare an excellent capucino with delicious cakes. Aldo they prepared very tasty sandwiches we took along to eat during our walk in the national park. The interior is nicely decorated and it is really worthwhile a stop. You need to pay in cash.
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