Best Spanish restaurants nearby. Discover the best Spanish food in Punta Arenas. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Spanish restaurants near you.. Overlooking the Strait of Magellan, this isolated city in southern Patagonia bustles with windswept trekkers en route to glacier-filled Torres del Paine National Park or an Antarctic cruise. Before transiting, take note of the mansion-lined main square, Plaza Muñoz Gamero; the City Cemetery, with its elaborate tombs; and the Sara Braun Palace and Braun Menendez Residence, a preserved slice of the city's wealthy pioneer past. Daily flights connect the city with Santiago and Ushuaia.
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3 based on 66 reviews
This was a pleasant surprise to say the least! This restaurant has set itself apart from all others in Punta Arenas because of it's flavorful food and great service. Unfortunately, both of these qualities are hard to find. To top my delicious meal off they gave me an after dinner drink.....on the house! When was the last time you were treated to that. As I said, this restaurant is very much worth your time and money, enjoy!
O El Americano Ã© mais um local descoberto por acaso na cidade de Punta Arenas. O atendimento Ã© muito bom e a comida Ã© muito boa.
4 based on 16 reviews
Restaurante especializado en pescados y mariscos, ofrecemos una experiencia gastronÃ³mica inspirados en Magallanes como puerta de entrada a la AntÃ¡rtica.
The restaurant looks like an old victorian house and inside they took great effort to make you feel like traveling back in time. We just loved our waiter who also recommended the best wine and food. The seafood was right on point and very nicely prepared.
Llegamos ahi por recomendacion del conserje del hotel, esta frente a la plaza de armas, en el 1Â° piso del Club EspaÃ±ol, restaurant de tapas y tragos, Muy buenos precios, muy buena atencion y todo muy rico. Los mozos muy buena onda, todos jovenes.
4 based on 52 reviews
There are several restaurants within the El Mercadito (2nd & 3rd floors) to choose. We ate at the Cocineria for lunch, and had three delicious empanadas (shrimp, crab, scallops). Menu offers a wide selection of food, all at reasonable prices. Service was friendly, quick, and English spoken. Short walking distance from where the cruise ships dock. Hope this helps for your next visit.
... to indulge with a good chilean food. It is situated inside the old market, that is renewed, where you can find some others small olace to eat. In old times it was called "cocinerÃas" and were where fishermen used to bring their caughts and cook them
5 based on 51 reviews
Itâs a tiny menu with a few dishes but they do them really well ! Iâve been travelling across South America and had some amazing ceviche and this one was as good if not better than most !!We also had the shellfish soup (the only soup they have on the menu) which was great as well.Paid 10000 pesos for the meal, would definitely go again!
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