Reviews on Latin food in Iquique, Tarapaca Region, Chile. Iquique (Spanish pronunciation: [iˈkike]) is a port city and commune in northern Chile, capital of both the Iquique Province and Tarapacá Region. It lies on the Pacific coast, west of the Pampa del Tamarugal which is part of Atacama Desert. It had a population of 180,601 according to the 2012 census. It is also the main commune of the Greater Iquique. The city developed during the heyday of the saltpetre mining in Atacama Desert in the 19th century. Originally a Peruvian city with a large Chilean population, it was ceded to Chile as result of War of the Pacific (1879–1883). Today it is one of only two free ports of Chile.
Things to do in Iquique
3 based on 35 reviews
This small restaurant was recommended to us by a local. The atmosphere is simple and family oriented with fantastic service by knowledgeable staff. The food is very regional and the portions are huge. We ordered two plateados de vacuno and could barely finish it; they were delicious, well prepared (according to the Chilean I went with) and extremely filling. It was 100% worth the price and the visit; would come back again.
3 based on 266 reviews
A very good selection of beers and wines and the tapas plates are excellent value for groups we followed the tapas with pizza which were very good quality and fresh from the oven, the pub sits on the main pedestrian walkway and makes a good location for people watching. With good attentive staff it was a pleasure dining here.
3 based on 444 reviews
Restobar located in Cavancha's calm peninsula, specially set to enjoy a special experience the better of the regional, Peruvian and Mediterranean kitchen. We rely on a bar that it offers coctelerÃa with the richest exotic fruits of the region and with a g
We had high hopes of this basically fish restaurant as we were the only two people in this cavernous restaurant. Well, they found us a table. We then got a bottle of slightly largely (and overpriced) expensive white wine. We ordered lasagna and fish soup. There was no lasagna, so that had to be changed to a cannelloni, and the fish soup turned out to be a mere white fish soup. So, a bit disappointing. The service, whilst incredibly nice, turned out to be slower than anyone could or should expect. Altogether a disappointment.
3 based on 564 reviews
We tried twice because the food was so delicious. The service was great. Always busy. Sometimes the loud music was a bit annoying.
3 based on 438 reviews
La mejor picada en iquique donde puedes degustar de los mariscos y pescados mas frescos de la zona, te esperamos con tu familia, colegas o amigos.
I have been to Neptuno Restaurant 2 times during my business trip, the first time I enjoyed a Jardin de Mariscos, quite small for the price but it was good, the second time the Arroz con Mariscos was delightful, good quality and good price, I recommend this place to eat.. The waiters are friendly too.Thanks you for let us know about your thought about our restaurant, we try to give our clients the best of tradition y flavors typical of our area.Thanks you for your comment.
4 based on 270 reviews
We went for dinner.Nice atmosphere including good music of the 60s 70s.Decoration and pictures very interesting.The food was really good.I tried "Chupe de Lapas" It's like avalones but tastier.A good variety of wines and sea food.Prices are average.Fully recommended.
4 based on 1095 reviews
La Mulata Restaurant, feature in its dishes the great flavors of peruvian cuisine, and NIKKEI style food (peruvian and japanese fusion)
La Mulata is a sea front restaurant that has a great selection of dishes. The service is one of the best Iâve had, kind, quick and happy to help. The place is divided in two areas, a more private area and an area with a view of the beach. Obviously the latter is my recommendation. The prices are good considering plate size, location and overall experience (I actually consider it almost cheap - but lets keep that between us!)The plates are brilliant: textures, flavours and freshness.Iâve been here many times so I really do recommend just about everything, but one thing that I love are the âConchitas con salsa de maracuyaâ, exquisite!A must.
4 based on 571 reviews
I have been living in Iquique for a while now, but had never heard or seen of Kiru as it is a little out of sight for non-tourists. It's next to a nice hostel and a popular hotel a block from the beach and the actual restaurant is so beautiful and relaxing inside. Most places in Iquique don't have a vibe, but Kiru is great. The waiters are super friendly and attentive, the menu is great and you can't go wrong with any of the seafood. Most dishes are about 10,000-11,000 clp ($16ish), but pretty big portions. The pisco sours are really good and I'll definitely be going back here soon. It's perfect for any type of group, family, couple, friends, etc. There's really a lot of space so you don't feel piled on top of other tables.Dear Caroline, thank you for taking time to write us, we apreciate your comment and we are glad you liked our restaurante, hope to see you soon.Executive Chef, Manuel Etcheverry
4 based on 563 reviews
A wonderful choice of original Peruvian dishes, a very nice way of serving cocktails at the table, excellent service.The only observation is that the waiter was not familiar with their wine list, but it did not affect the service.
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