Where to Eat in Trevelin: The Best Restaurants and Bars
Trevelin is a town in the Patagonian Argentine province of Chubut. The town lies on the eastern banks of the Rio Percy/Río Percey.
1. Fonda Sur
4 based on 101 reviews
Reviewed By S-Thomas-Wales - Wales
Lovely atmosphere, people and food! Recommend at lunch or dinner. They do a 'menu del dia' at lunch. Decent wine choice.
4 based on 88 reviews
Reviewed By jeremy w - Edinburgh, United Kingdom
The place to eat in the Chubut Andes
Nikanor used to be a little outside town until they moved into beautifully renovated new premises just off the main street in Trevelin (the turning opposite Club Fontana/Casino). The whole place is spotlessly clean and spaciously set out. The food is beautifully prepared and reasonably priced and they have an excellent wine list. I must admit, that I cannot resist the temptation of their lasagne and cannelloni, both served piping hot and bubbling. The restaurant is also deceptively spacious and serves food at lunchtime and in the evenings. For Sunday lunch, there are few better places in the Chubut Andes.
3. Restaurante Ruta 71
4 based on 47 reviews
Reviewed By diana r - Northern Territory, Australia
Everything cooked to perfection. Lovely service and atmosphere.Could not be faulted and we are lost for words but need to fill in another 80 letters.So thank you Pablo and crew for our best meals in Patagonia!And do try the chocolate Volcan for dessert.And yes the cabins are lovely to stay in.
4. La Mutisia Casa de Te
4 based on 134 reviews
Reviewed By pugdoggy5 - Liverpool, United Kingdom
Not that great
The inside is cute. Lots of wood and tablecloths. The decor is interesting with photos and memorabilia of the settlers. Unfortunately the tea itself isn't that great. The bread was dry. The scones were plain and underdone. There was no cream or jam provided for the stones. The cakes were ok but there was nothing indulgent about them- no cream, or buttercream or other things that turn the tea into an experience instead of just various types of stodge. It was also quite dear and actually cost more than if we were actually eating it in Wales. There was not a selection of teas either.
5. Los Troncos
4 based on 57 reviews
Reviewed By gustinoni - Munich, Germany
We Hoped for a nice Steak and some pasta...... Ad have been highly disappointedThe service Lady was very unfriendly, we didn't feel welcomed.The Consistency of The Steak was so Tough that we Hardly have been able to eat it.For argentinia being one of The Favorit Steak countries in the World, this Place is just a national Shae.Trout with Lemon Salsa was Fried to Death and The sauce was just ugly.Pasta was "ok".Overall worst experience in 3 weeks of vacations in chile and argentinia...
6. Alma Cebada Cerveza Artesanal
Reviewed By totiricci - Trevelin, Argentina
Alma cebada es un pequeño reducto en trevelin. Ideal para sacarse las ganas de degustar una fresca cerveza tirada artesanalmente!Cosas ricas para acompañar, cuenta con el clásico happy hour y variedades insospechadas de ricas cervezas!!Muy recomendable!!Siempre los dueños atienden personalmente .
7. Parrilla Oregon
Reviewed By mejid - Cardiff, United Kingdom
Personnel accueillant et disponible
A Trevelin c’est presque le seul endroit où l’on peut manger vers 15h30-16h. Les portions sont énormes et le service est rapide. l’ambiance est locale et le patron participe lui même au service.
8. El Bataraz
Reviewed By Juan G - Avellaneda, Argentina
Correcta, esperaba más
No creo que haya muchas pizzerías (de calidad) en Trevelin. Optamos por comprar para llevar a la cabaña. Se nota que está preparada en el momento pero es demasiado finita y crocante para mi gusto. La panceta y los champignones no estaban salteados y no tenía la cantidad que se ve en la foto de google.
9. Alma Cebada Cerveteca
Reviewed By Rhidian R
Great beer. Great food. Great atmosphere.
First visit to Trevelin and got to know this little place early on in my stay. Have been here every night ever since. Craft beers to suit most tastes. Freshly cooked delicious food. A friendly mixed age vibe. Very friendly and welcoming staff. If I ever moved here,, this would be my local. If you visit this beautiful area, pop in, you won’t be disappointed.
10. Plazza Trevelin
3 based on 34 reviews
Reviewed By sdlax - Los Angeles
nice salad for Argentina; partly-English menu; accepts Visa but not MC
Easy to find; it's facing the giant round-about (with the park in the middle) that's the "hub" of the town.Has signs outside (like is common in Argentina) for Visa; usually this means both Visa and MC are accepted, but this is the second case I found where it means only Visa (not MC) is accepted.On many (but not all) items on the menu, an English (or, in the case of pasta, familiar-to-English-speakers Italian terms) translation is right below the Spanish.I started with a "tricolor" salad, which in this case was (good deep green) lettuce, tomatoes, and shredded carrots. It was a sizable bowl, provided with oil and bbth balsamic and white vinegar. It was the best salad I've had on this Argentina trip so far (where many restaurants don't have salads), better than some in "fine dining" restaurants in other towns!I also had the gnocchi with 4-cheese sauce, and that was quite good too. (The pasta is choices of pasta with choices of sauce, though the sauce names were not translated and I couldn't understand most of the other sauce names.)The waiter thought they couldn't process my (US-based) "international" Visa card, but someone from the back came out and explained the procedure, and there was no problem paying with my Visa card. (But both of them confirmed that they don't take MasterCard.)