Discover Restaurants offering the best Soups food in Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina including La Parri Grill, Restaurante Ahonikenk Chalten Fonda Patagonia, Patagonicus, El Parador Chalten, Rancho Grande, La Destileria Patagonia Food & Bar
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4 based on 53 reviews
As a gluten free traveler food is tough- this place rocks!! Several types of pulled meat to choose from and a sandwich comes with fried. But this kind owner did a special batch of fries for me, and topped them with pulled pork. My definition of heaven!!! Muchisimas gracias a usted por elegirnos!!!
4 based on 176 reviews
My wife and I walked 1 km west on the main drag from our hosteria Kau Si Aike to this recommended and popular restaurant. We had scouted it out along with many others yesterday, finding this one nearly full at lunch and customers enjoying large portions of all types of food. We chose a corner table on the 1st floor that could seat 60 and the loft would nearly equal that. A waitress brought menus, followed by a basket of sliced baguette and a small bowl of garlic and carrot spread. The vast menu has soups, salads, pizza, pasta, sandwiches, grilled chicken and meat. Several draft beers and many covered counter desserts were available. The 2 waitresses were kept busy but the rate of service clearly depended on the kitchen. We ordered and our drink arrived, followed shortly by our shared meal, grilled chicken with smashed potatoes with 2 slices of lemon, and a bowl of pumpkin soup (asked for it to be reheated).The food was filling, very tasty, and reasonable, totaling 370Ap=$20.50. This place is a real winner and a âgo toâ spot for people of all ages.
It is a small restaurant on the main avenue with homemade food served by the cook. There are food options to take away and there is happy hour of drinks with snacks.
We visited this little restaurant several times. The food was so delicious and the staff so lovely. We tried diffrent dishes, and they were all great. The chef is also a great photographer and shows some of his pictures in the restaurant.If you are looking for something different to all the meet, go there. And the Empanadas are great for hiking.
4 based on 495 reviews
Great restaurant deserves a place in tripadvisor. FrommerÂ´s, Fodors and Travel and leisure recommended it, absolute BEST IN TOWN!
This restaurant appears to be one of the more established restaurants in town. Professionally designed, well managed, great pizza. Old photos of area mountain climbers adorn the walls.
4 based on 924 reviews
The "Ahonikenk" (Restaurante Ahonikenk Chalten Fonda Patagonia) restaurant is owned by the same owner of Don Guerra, but this is cheaper and with a more comfort-food menu. The foods and ambiance are more rustic, the later being decorated with photos of mountaineering and shirts of football teams. It is located right next to the city entrance so it has easy access, and the dishes have big portions, ideal if you are hungry or want to share. The service was good and friendly. The menu has lots of options, between meats, soups, pizzas, pastas, regional dishes and desserts. We have been also there in the past and the food still is good, satisfying with the portions, and ideal after trekking all day in the cold. We visited it last year in Spring, and the quality was the same. We had as a free starter bread and lentil vinaigrette and we ordered a Schnitzel with French Fries, a Lentils with Red Sausage Stew, 2 Cokes, and a Brownie with Dulce de Lette and Ice Cream, being the bill with the 10% service tax added of 940ARS, that was around 20US$ at the time. It is a good place to eat if you need a more rustic (casual), but tasty comfort food, with an excellent cost-benefit especially for those who are in a budget and want a good meal.
5 based on 50 reviews
Also recommended to us by our taxi driver and it did not disappoint! Ordered the ribs, rib eye, and lamb - all were cooked perfectly cooked over a charcoal grill and topped with a chimichurri. All meats are served with colorful salad and crispy potatoes. The empanadas were SOO GOOD too - instead of ground up meat, the meat was in chunks with green onion, little bit of hard boiled eggs and perfect seasoning. It's a very small restaurant with a casual vibe. Fills up quickly at night, so arrive early if you don't want to wait. Also, definitely get the table wine - malbec that local Argentinians drink and super affordable!
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