Chilean restaurants in Puerto Varas
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This local favorite sums up the hybrid history of the region within its walls: küchen and empanadas, Alpen architecture and Spanish menus, apfelstrudel (apple strudel) and conger eel. It’s one of the few open early on Sunday. Try the empanada de horno (beef, egg, onions and olives), the town’s best (CH$1400).
Redefining Chilean cuisine, Merlín conjures such originals as smoked scallops with peach, tomato and basil and seared salmon with a hint of papaya. Try the filet mignon with oysters and glazed green onions. Whatever your choice, a frambuesa sour, made with home-distilled raspberry wine, is a fine way to start the experience.