It was absolutely charming on the outside including the restaurant cat. I love a restaurant or business that has a pet or two around. It just makes it feel so homey. Looking at these pictures again, it makes me wish we ate outside. I think it was pretty hot and I am assuming that is why we went inside.
|They sold cheese here and it looked fantastic. Unfortunately none came home with us because we got a little cheese happy every time we passed a place selling it on the side of the road.|
The inside was just as nice on the inside. It was bright but cozy at the same time. I would like to eat here when the weather is cooler and they have the wood stove going.
In Pucón, I absolutely love how all the buildings had beautiful woodwork. I felt like every building I went in, they had these beautifully crafted walls and ceilings.
They started us off with some fantastic bread. Chile seriously has the best bread ever. I ever never had a bad bite of it. I don't know how they do it but I sure do love it!
I am about to introduce to you to one of the best creations in the universe. In Chile, they have a dish called Chorillana. It is a bed of french fries topped with beef, hot dogs, onions, and a fried egg. It is an awesome greasy concoction. I imagine this would be even better after a night of drinking!
Do you see that awesomeness? We got two orders for the table and it was way more than enough for the table. Gabrian and I may have fought over the egg since we both have a love of that little ball of protein. I think I had to let Gabrian win because I would have looked petty in front of the Grandparents.
Overall, this was a great lunch spot for us. I wish I could tell you exactly where they were located or even what road I was on but unfortunately they are not online at all. I have looked everywhere and they are nowhere to be found. However, if you drive from downtown Pucón to the Termas, you should be able to find them (it is completely worth trying to find it).
Does anyone know there address or if they have a website/Facebook page?