Av. Bustillo, Km. 23.6, 306 Calle Monet
After opening Yuco briefly in 2007 in central Bariloche, chef-owner Fernando López Scharpf has relocated to a stunning spot outside the city. Here, a circular dining area and floor-to-ceiling windows allow an almost 300-degree view of Lago Nahuel Huapi and the snowcapped Andes. The menu is organized by flights: Patagonian delicacies such as trout, leeks, and beef are presented in variations ranging from seviche to soufflés. Patagonian lamb, a source of fierce national pride, is served in a sampling of six cuts, from ribs to loin to kidneys.
Tip: Go in the late afternoon, when the glowing sun drops behind the mountains (entrées, $19$26).