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El Patio de mi casa restaurant

Puerto Varas

EL PATIO DE MI CASA RESTAURANT

One of the places that you can not miss in Puerto Varas is this tiny restaurant, but with an excellent cuisine.
The history is very peculiar, Claudio, the owner, used to sale seafood in the streets, then, started to prepare sealed meals for some companies around his house, meals which himself delivered. One good day his brother said to him,---- we should open a restaurant!!! ---- Because this situation of delivering meals is going to “kill “us, why don’t we open a place and “force” our customers to come to us, instead of being delivering every meal ourselves.
Money was, of course, the main issue, but they could figure it out, and suddenly, they were constructing the restaurant at the same time they were repairing their house. Where? You might be asking. No Money for renting a place in downtown Puerto Varas, no money to buy another property----then the answer is more than obvious, why don’t we open the doors of our own house?--- Could be---- Why don’t we take advantage of the space in our house backyard? --- That sounds great---- But, how the customers are going to see us, here?---Our customers will follow our food said Claudio.
That was exactly what happened, many people, know them already and follow their food, because is a balance of excellent quality with excellent value. For instance, for lunch this restaurant offers set menus, for around 5 dollars, so if your budget is not generous but you still want a treat, it is an excellent choice, they are open for dinner as well; but with “a la carte” menu . Come to the “Backyard of my house “(El patio de mi Casa) Restaurant, actually, is still located in Claudio’s house backyard, which gives this restaurant a cosy environment in a very historical area of Puerto Varas.

Location: Decher 830
Phone: 56-65-231507
Important: Cash Only, Chilean Pesos Only
Opens: Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 Noon – 3:00 pm

Posted by ChileGuide 12:05 Archived in Chile Tagged food

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