Café Amaranthine

Cafe in Ancud

Well-regarded Peruvian chef Sandra Echegaray opened this drop-dead adorable cafe, Chiloé's first organic and vegetarian option, in 2017. Rustic-chic touches like colorful wrought-iron chairs and mismatched retro couches have upped the cutesy vibe ante in Ancud, and the wonderful coffees, teas, smoothies and more substantial plates (quinoa burgers, veggie pichangas, maqui berry cheesecake) are a nice change from Chilean staples.

It's also a great place to stock up on various forms of Isla Natura maqui berry, a popular superfood.