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“Curanto Festival fun”

Curanto Victor Goye
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed 6 March 2014

We happened to be there for the Curanto Festival, the swizz town had two days of music, shows and shop festivals and we decided to reserve our curanto experience with Victor, great option as you see the preparation of it then come back in about an hour to see how the open it while you try their draft beers and prepare for a culinary experience...get ready to eat......a lot!

We paid $180 pesos and it was all you can eat, believe me after the first round it gets tough to do another, there was live music and tango, really fun atmosphere!

5 types of meat, vegetables and a stuffed cantaloupe that tastes delicious all the the taste of the maki leafs and a smoky flavour, a must do while in Argentina (even if it chilenian), very different than our barbacoa in Mexico but so tasty!

will come back again!

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2  Thank Ericfontaine
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Reviewed 3 June 2013

It's a great place to taste the true flavour of the Patagonian Cordillera. Curanto is a typical Chilean dish consisting of different kinds of meat and vegetables slowly steamed with leaves under the earth. Despite what this may sound like, curanto is hygenic and really delicious! People are allowed to see the cook taking out the food, which is quite a ritual.
Tip for vegetarians: the meat and veggies are not in contact during the process, so you may still want to try vegetables cooked this way.

4  Thank marielam_11
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Reviewed 19 March 2013

You won't regret it. This is an awesome experience, they start around noon, Victor Goye tells you the history of the curanto and how it started in Bariloche, they set things up, and you have to come back around 2 or so to see how they take everything out already cooked. While they do that, you can go to the main streets of Colonia Suiza, take a look around the village, buy some presents, it's little by cute. The taste of the food (they serve you 5 times, with different type of meets and veggies/fruits) and the last is the best for me, the famous patagonian lamb...sooo goodd! And if you want more, you can have it!
Just remember is better to make a reservation, and also, that this takes place only sundays/wed

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3  Thank malter2010
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Reviewed 8 February 2013

We were lucky enough to be in Bariloche on a sunday, and went here for lunch. We had never had curanto before, and everything they brought out was absolutely amazing. The lamb at the end was my favorite. It seemed very authentic, in fact we may have been the only ones there from the US. The singer/guitar player was great, he could have been a Quentin Tarantino inspiration!

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1  Thank Mara G
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Reviewed 13 July 2012

We never eat a curanto . Is typical in the south of Chile ,and we found it here . They cook the food ,( meat ,vegetables ,) on top of charcoal wood ,and then they cover all with earth ,sand .etc .It takes like an hor and a half to cook ,and it is delicious .

1  Thank Luli02
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