- Chile's frigid pacific waters give rise to some of the tastiest seafood in the world. And preparing it for Chilean and international foodies alike, is Puerto Fuy's young chef Giancarlo Mazzareli.
Sea urchins, yellow-fin tuna and bass top the list of favorite's at this Santiago classic for international travelers. It's well-accoladed and routinely wins prizes for the best seafood restaurant in Santiago, attracting fans of "la buena mesa," (a good meal).
Combination dishes such as urchins prepared three ways and a mix of three different types of sesafood ravioli compete with more classic South American favorites such as authentic Peruvian ceviche, with its shot of "leche de tigre" on the side.
For those who just can't decide, there is a complete taster menu for 30,000 CLP ($60 US), which is about what you might spend on a regular meal here with wine from their well-chosen wine list.
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