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Patagonia restaurants

Things are changing in the restaurants of Patagonia, and it's about time, too. Charles Darwin might have marveled at the local diet of grilled beef and maté (South America's green tea) when he traveled around the country, but that was back in the 1830s. Recent progress has been fitful, yet a handful of restaurants are beginning to employ fresh Patagonian ingredients to produce strong, well-crafted dishes squarely rooted in regional tradition. Juicy racks of grilled lamb often take pride of place, but expect to see hunted game on menus, too. Seafood is also strong, particularly salmon, conger eel, and king crab. Don't expect destination restaurants; the trials of getting around Patagonia mean it's likely you'll dine at your hotel.

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Chez Manú, Ushuaia

The coastal waters off Tierra del Fuego provide Ushuaia's restaurants with a rich assortment of marine creatures ranging from oysters and mussels to lobster and...more

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El Almacén de Ramos Generales, Ushuaia

This coffeehouse, bakery, and wine bar beside Ushuaia's port is housed in a recently renovated general store dating back to 1906. Crammed with...more

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La Cervecería, El Chaltén

One of the founders of La Cervecería hailed from Prague, where his family's 400-year-old brewery survived Nazi occupation only to be expropriated by the...more

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Nain Maggie, Trevelin

Trevelin, "the village of the mill," is one of a handful of settlements in the Río Chubut valley founded by Welsh nationalists who fled English cultural...more

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Restaurant Puerto Viejo, Punta Arenas

As the major refueling spot on busy 19th-century shipping routes from Europe to California and Australia, Punta Arenas thrived on maritime trade. Tourism is the...more

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Sherlock, Puerto Montt

Located in Puerto Montt, the unofficial entryway to Patagonia, Sherlock serves as café, restaurant, and pub as the day rolls on. The owners are slowly...more

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Tía Elvira, Ushuaia

Tía Elvira's walls are adorned with photographs and artifacts from three decades of no-nonsense seafood served up on the Ushuaia waterfront. Current owner...more

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Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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