Most Popular Restaurants in El Tabo
El Tabo is a Chilean commune located in the San Antonio Province, Valparaíso Region. The commune spans an area of 98.8 km². This town is a traditional beach for middle class families.
1. El Rincon del Poeta
4 based on 418 reviews
Su Especialidad son los Pescados y Mariscos , ubicados al interior de la casa museo de Pablo Neruda y cuenta con una terraza vidriada , su vista al Océano Pacífico es insuperable
Reviewed By rojasjeanette - Hoor, Sweden
A fantastic experience
In connection with the museum tour for Pablo Neruda it was a brilliant experience to sit on the terrace looking over the Pacific Ocean and enjoy a pisco sour( made green in the memory off Neruda) Fantastic seafood served by super skilled and friendly staff. We went two days in a row, just to explore the menuGrande Jeanette ! Gracias
2. La Paila
4 based on 54 reviews
Reviewed By Violeta1957 - Mendoza, Mendoza, Argentina
Hermoso restaurante de playa
Fuimos en familia y estamos de un rico almuerzo marino, la ambientación, la atención y la vista al mar son excelentes! Lo recomiendo.Gracias Violeta por tus palabras, nos alegra haber cumplido con tus expectativas, vuestra opinión nos ayuda a mejorar cada día. Te esperamos en tu próxima visita a nuestro país.
3. Restaurant Puerto Castilla
4 based on 76 reviews
Reviewed By Cliveratnagiri - Mylor Bridge, United Kingdom
Beautiful location and good food
We had two great lunches in this large restaurant set on the cliffs looking out to the Pacific and along the bay to Pablo Neruda's house. The menu was very interesting with lots of local flavour and a good local wine list to complement. The staff were friendly and efficient and some spoke good English which was very useful. If in this area, make an effort to visit
4. El Rincon De Florencia
4 based on 153 reviews
Reviewed By C_CG65 - Athens, Ohio
A must do!
We were in Chile this past January and followed reviews by Tripadvisor members to this restaurant and loved it!! Thank you traveling community for taking the time to write!The restaurant is just around the corner from Neruda's house-another must see but you need reservations-and the food, service, and price were all excellent. I recommend the congrio, fried with the standard summer side dishes. We also had locos, which are close to abalone, so if you like those you would love the locos which were tender and served with a green onion-parsley salsa called pilpil. Delicious! Also, the wine selection was great and their pisco sour prepared to perfection. Do not miss!
5. Cafe Calu
4 based on 83 reviews
Small place whose highlights are its empanadas, which are HUGE and yummy
Reviewed By SueDen27 - Sydney, Australia
Very Cute Setting!
Popped in here for a quick bite after visiting Pablo Neruda’s house. We enjoyed the Empanadas- the ham and cheese our preference as the flavour of the Prawns was totally overpowered by the cheese. We sat outside behind the blooming Hydrangeas and Roses at little rustic hand-carved wooden tables.
3 based on 118 reviews
Reviewed By GlobalVillage - Burlington, Vermont
Beach Front Seafood Restaurant, Near Pablo Neruda's Isla Negra Home
At the suggestion of MyWayChile.CL, we ate a late lunch at Kaleuche, prior to visiting Pablo Neruda's Isla Negra home. Our party of seven enjoyed not only the Beach front view, but the local seafood made to order. Though most of us spoke fluent (native Argentineans or Chileans) or conversational Spanish (from the USA), Kaleuche had English and Spanish Menus for help in deciphering the local dishes. All of the seafood was enjoyed by all.If we were to visit Pablo Neruda's Isla Negra home again, we'd be sure to stop by Kaleuche.
7. Velero"s Restaurant
Reviewed By cordovamanzor - Santiago, Chile
De visita en El Tabo, uno busca alternativas para almorzar. Este restaurant es una buena opción dentro de la oferta que existe. Buena relación precio calidad, carta pequeña, pero con lo necesario para satisfacer el gusto turista. Comimos merluza a lo pobre, reineta a la plancha y empanadas de queso camarón. Para crecer, algunos elementos: los platos deben estar limpios por debajo, también. El huevo frito del acompañamiento, muy quemado y los camarones de la empanada sin desvenar. Para el paso, bien.
8. Restaurante San Pedro
3 based on 80 reviews
Reviewed By airman74 - airman74
Ubicación excelente y muy buen staff.La comida normal. Las porciones son escasas. Sirven papa frita “casera” todo un lujo en los tiempos que corren.Vaya almorzado. Quedará con hambre
4 based on 31 reviews
Reviewed By Juan L - Santiago, Chile
Lo pasado fue mejor
Quiero realizar el siguiente comentario desde la mirada de un visitante de muchos años en la zona y del "Rengo".Es un lugar en el que hoy pena una pasado coloquial, de gratas tertulias con su dueño y treméndamente acogedor.Hoy es probable que su infraestructura sea más cuidada, la comida es normal, ya que no se destaca por algún aspecto puntual, pasa a ser de aquellos local común, perdiendo lo que lo hacia destacar por las razones antes expuestas.
10. La Cava de Pablo
4 based on 133 reviews
Reviewed By Laura M - Boston, Massachusetts
We stopped here for lunch after going to Museo de Pablo Neruda. We speak very little Spanish and there were no English menus, but the waiter was very kind and helped us figure out what we wanted. The place was crowded at lunch time, and it is easy to see why. The food was delicious! We got empanadas, a Ceasar salad, and a steak dish with risotto to share. The portions were large and we very much enjoyed the food. We would definitely recommend this restaurant!