The backyard workshop of Marcela Stormesani makes an interesting visit, with her colorful, locally themed paintings and beautiful crafts by local artists.
With the most dependable working hours, this restaurant serves typical Chilean fare, including soups, seafood and beef. While the midday set menu is good value (CH$6000), it's not as tasty as menu items like merluza…
With the best ambience in town, this faux-rustic log restaurant and bar serves up abundant meals of salmon and salad or barbecue specialties. Call ahead to ensure service; it's at the entrance to town.
Serving espresso drinks and sweets, this is the only town cafe – though true to local tradition, even this place closes at lunchtime.
Good-value home-cooked meals, though you may have to wait a while.