Discover Restaurants offering the best Wine Bar food in Valparaiso, Valparaiso Region, Chile. Only 70 miles northwest of capital Santiago, Valparaiso is Chile's main port and known for its bohemian, artistic vibe and lovely vistas. Its UNESCO-designated historic downtown offers charming colonial architecture, great seafood restaurants, markets and stores. Take 100-year-old funicular Ascensor Artilleria or climb Cerro Concepcion for stunning ocean and city views. Back at street level, visit writer Pablo Neruda's house.
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4 based on 93 reviews
We spotted this restaurant whilst out walking and thought it looked nice. We then had a read on TripAdvisor and decided to book online for the following evening. A short while later we received an email confirmation for the same evening rather than the next day. We decided to go along a day early as the restaurant was only a short walk from our hotel. On arrival we were shown to our table and presented with a set dinner menu in Spanish. Thankfully some of the staff speak English and were able to explain that on that night it was only an 8 course tasting menu with matching wines, all from the same producer. We decided to stay and give it a try. The food contained a mix of seafood, meat and vegetable dishes with the vast majority being delicious. The rock fish ceviche was a real highlight, the pickled herring less so. The majority of the matching wines were also very good, although the Rose served with dessert was not to our tasting. Service was very good. In total we spent a little more than planned at $82,500 pesos (Â£92 or $121 US).Hello,Thank you for visiting us and taking the time to write a review. So, all in all, I guess we are happy we made the mistake of changing your reservation date (oops) so you could try the tasting menu we have on (some) Fridays.Best,Christian Welsch
This is a new place in a cute street in the hills of Valparaiso. We arrived here cuz we wanted some place to have drinks and a good chat with some friends. When you enter the building you are automatically impressed by the decoration and environment (just loved it). The problem is that the menu is not very varied (they only had one type of beer - imported -, which was good, but I wanted to try something local). We had some appetizers that were delicious, but tiny and not cheap, but worth trying. Also the cocktails were quite good. I wish the service had been a little faster, and that they had more alternatives for non alcohol drinkers.
4 based on 46 reviews
We are Valparaiso. We are because here our ancestors were born. Here they grew up, worked and built their destinies. It was here that those pioneers defeated typhoons, wildfires, earthquakes. Here they made Valparaiso a huge door where the Chileans go out
A friend showed us that amazing restaurant and we enjoyed a three course meal for lunch. There were two options for the starter and the main meal and ice tea was served. It was around 5'800 Chilean Pesos for everything and the food was super tasty and delicious! Definately a must-visit!
3 based on 360 reviews
Our local is a unique stop at cerro alegre, located on the most touristic corner of the city, our building was the first bakery in the hill with a lot of stories beneath the walls and the objects around the salon. Our food is a mix of old grandma's recipe
Found a pleasant surprise in culinary delights at a restaurant in Valparaiso called Almacen Nacional. After spending 12 days in several cities in Chile, this was my favorite dining experience. Traditional Chilean dishes include seafood, soups/stews and a great wine and local beer selection were top-notch. Waiter Cloudio went to great lengths to detail each Chilean dish, very knowledgeable about the entrees and ingredients. His service was attentive and polite but not overbearing. Again, I spent 12 days in Chile and this was my best dining experience. Highly recommended.
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