Coyhaique (Spanish pronunciation: [koˈʝai̯.ke]), also spelled Coihaique in Patagonia, is the capital city of both the Coyhaique Province and the Aysén Region of Chile. Founded by settlers in 1929, it is a young city. Until the twentieth century, Chile showed little interest in exploiting the remote Aisén region. The Carretera Austral road opened in the 1980s.
Things to do in Coyhaique
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Themed restaurant oriented sport in general and football in particular. It has an extraordinary football museum , the southernmost of the planet in their field . Excellent and very assorted variety of craft beers , sandwiches and best pichangas and chorrillanas of Patagonia. A must in visiting the Aysen region.<br><br>Open on Sundays!
I really enjoyed going here with my friends recently -they have a very well-done soccer theme, with rare jerseys tiled to make the ceiling, and real FIFA red/yellow card booklets to carry the check. It's not expensive and they have traditional Chilean pub fare, like sandwiches and hot dogs and french fries. If you're not interested in soccer though, it would be a fairly average experience.
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Las mejores pizzas al horno de leña, pastas espectaculares con sabores de Italia y la Patagonia, todo combinado con nuestra cerveza hecha en casa: La Tropera!
Went with a MTB gang for some beers that were ok a lot of alternatives.
we ask some food as appetizers and came octopus (just 2 tentacles) over some chips, not made jut from a snack bag, as a table it came with Morcillas that are blood with meet calls and they were good but came cold almost freeze and coming from the fridge. the was not good. A lot of people but not really a unforgettable experience.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
Intimo, con una cocina exquisita, a cargo del chef Cristian Balboa, Toques Blanches, ex chef en Hotel Sheraton Santiago, quien junto a su esposa Jessica Fierro dan vida a ese verdadero poema del sabor. Excelente precio/calidad. Muy buena y vasta carta de vinos. No puedes dejar de probar ese manjar, conocido como "Los cuatro tenores cantan en el Dalí" (Lomo de ciervo, liebre, carne de res y cordero), sencillamente exquisito !!!
Dalí is decorated with whimsy and charm, like a French or Spanish small-town bistro -and just as delicious. They don't use ingredients they can't find fresh, and it's all very inspired and beautifully presented. We as gringos appreciated that the food wasn't heavy on the salt
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We have eaten at almost every restaurant in the city, and this restaurant surpasses them all. The food is delicious. The atmosphere is welcoming. The service is always great. The prices are very reasonable. Here you will get a parrilada as delicious as Ricer, but for half the price and with very good service.
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In one of the most remote parts of the country with such beautiful landscapes that seem to lie, the restaurant is located Rhubarb ; a welcoming place, and the people of southern and endemic kitchen, to taste fish, pasta and queers. Rhubarb is a small cozy and rustic place located in Coyhaique , where you can enjoy traditional Chilean cuisine with all the flavors of the south of Chile. You'll find dishes like, tweezers Jaiba with chilote garlic, or when they built a risotto; not forgetting the Austral Hake with pastry of sweet corn and tomatoes, or a rich salmon fjords with native potatoes , along with delicious sweets, perfect for the visit.
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Casona Restaurant, traditional cuisine from the Aysén region with more than 15 years of experience rescuing the flavor and the best service with meat, fish and seafood.
Went here for dinner last week while traveling around Chile.
Stayed in a hotel just nearby.
Didn't have Reservations, but seated right away. Probably around 8 PM. But got crowded while we ate.
Excellent wait staff. Many locals and return customers were there.
Had a nice half bottle of white wine.
My wife had a steak dish. I had eel. Both excellent.
I had a Chilean salad (tomatoes, thinly sliced onion and cilantro)
And it was less expensive than many restaurants we ate in during our stay. The best of both worlds!!
4.5 based on 171 reviews
Little coffee at the end of the world, meeting point... Place for enjoying such a simply thing as a coffee and a good conversation.
My husband who drinks a lot of coffee, said this one was of his best cups. I had excellent hot chocolate and thought it was great. The service was friendly and wonderful too!
4 based on 158 reviews
Cafeteria restaurant in the city center offering quality products, in a care space that seeks the excellence of the detail, cozy atmosphere surrounded by art, literature, gourmet cuisine and homemade cakes.
We spent two lazy afternoons in Cafe de Mayo drinking great coffee, good Pisco Sour (although you should go for the coffee). we also had a huge piece of cheese cake and enjoyed their sunny Terrace very hard.
If I would be back in Coyhaique, I definitely would go back!!
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