La Ollita

Chilean in Cochamó

Paint us unimpressed with Cochamó's most well-known restaurant, which is distinctly hit or miss. The fiery ají verde with the bread service is nice, but the menu –ceviches, fresh fish and seafood stews – always underwhelms us, despite cozy touches like coffee warmed on the traditional stove top and stoneware pepper shakers.

The pisco sours and terrace views of Volcán Yates are nice, however.