Club Aleman is the best german restaurant in the area around of Puerto Montt. Just take a closer look at my photographs, it even looks like an average restaurant in Bavaria and it also smells the same. Take a look at my 3rd pic it shows the small "safes" for the personal beer-steins of the members of the Club, mostly descendants of the early settlers.
When you click on my link below, you might get the feeling that I used their web-pic for my page, BUT when you enlarge mine you will see, the napkins on the bar are missing ;-))
Favorite Dish: They had Rheinischer Sauerbraten on the menu, while I was there, that is one of the dishes I can recommend as a typical german dish that you should try.
Cerveza Kunstman is a local beer, brewed according to german recepees and even on the bottle it has some inscription also in german : "Das Gute Bier"
La comida no es lo mejor del barco , pero se puede "sobrevivir" los cuatro días .
Como el barco estaba lleno se hacían dos turnos para las comidas
Estos días comimos : Crema de choclo , espaguetis , lasaña , salmón...
Además hay un bar , con sala para jugar cartas , leer..., donde casi todo el día te venden café , cervezas ,snacks...
The food is not the best in the boat , but you may "survive" the four days
As the boat it was full there were two shifts for the meals
These days we had : Corn soup , spaghetti's , lasagna , salmon...
Besides there is a bar , with room to play cards ,read..., where most of the day you may buy coffee , bears , snacks...
A home converted to a nice place to eat. some Chilean friends took me to Pazos for local seafood dinner as a special night out. While the help could be more attentive with a better memory, the food is fantastic.
Just remember that Chileans eat dinner late ( 9 - 11 pm) so if you go in the evening don't arrive before 8pm.
Favorite Dish: Curanto: a mix of mussels, clams, sausage, chicken, pork, beef, and a gooey pancake steamed in a large pot and served with a cup of broth. TRY IT! It's like nothing you will ever eat in the USA and it's great.
Take a wander into the fish market and you will find a few small cafe's. One of these is run by 3 extremely friendly, happy and larger than life ladies who will happily take your order from the "Specials" (del dia) board, purchase, cook and serve.
You will have to share your table and sit on a bench but enjoy.
The local home brew is to be recommended too.
Price was ridiculously cheap.
Do not be put off by the appearance of this place - it truly is a fantastic experience.
Favorite Dish: Salmon - fresh and juicy.
This is a most typical site of Puerto Montt, Angelmo and the fish and sea fruits markets.
There is possible dinning in the very typical restaurants.