Top Choice Chilean in Coyhaique


A happy surprise, dining in this chef's home is a special event. There's no menu, just a few well-attended candlelit tables served by the vivacious Jessica. Chef Cristian employs seasonal seafood, game and fresh loc…
Pizza in Coyhaique

Mamma Gaucha

Fusing Patagonian lore with a sophisticated palate and reasonable prices, Mamma Gaucha could please the fussiest road warrior. Cane ceilings and whitewashed barn-board walls create a down-home setting. Start with fr…
Chilean in Coyhaique


For wonderful, drawn-out lunches by the woodstove. Highlights include appetizers like baked razor clams with bubbling cheese or smoked salmon mixed with greens and plums. There are also pisco sours and affordable se…
Cafe in Coyhaique

Café de Mayo

A meeting spot specializing in espresso drinks, farm-egg breakfasts or filling staples like pastel de choclo (maize casserole). There are also sandwiches, cheese boards and homemade cakes. Choose from shady outdoor …
Parrilla in Coyhaique

Carnes Queulat

Tucked away down a gravel alleyway, this friendly plain-Jane place happens to serve the best steaks in the region. Carne a las brasas – meat attentively grilled over wood fire – is the worthy house specialty, best m…
Burgers in Coyhaique


Oversized bacon-cheese burgers served on pillowy rolls, lamb sandwiches and surprisingly tasty roasted-vegetable burgers rule this roadhouse-style eatery. It's also a good place to watch Chilean soccer with a beer o…
Cafe in Coyhaique

Café Holzer

This tiny cafe with a grassy front patio is a local favorite for sweets and caffeine. Cakes and tarts are flown in from a reputable Santiago bakery. Real coffee and noteworthy hot chocolate are served. Or sample a g…
Chilean in Coyhaique

Casino de Bomberos

Call it a cultural experience – this classic but windowless eatery gets packed with locals downing seafood plates or steak and eggs.
Sushi in Coyhaique


Nice for a light bite, this Japanese and Peruvian cafe serves sushi, fusion dishes and cocktails in a modern, minimalist space. Ceviche has ginger overtones and merluza (hake) comes in a sriracha sauce. Rolls are OK…
Cafe in Coyhaique

Café Confluencia

A popular eatery with a sheltered patio serving sandwiches, tablas (cheese and meat boards), teas and fresh juices.