velvet escape’s Culinary Journey: Punta Arenas II

img_2041 What: A selection of wild meats of Patagonia, including wild goose, beaver, rhea and llama.

Where: Remezón (Punta Arenas, Chile).

Note: Patagonia is not only famous for its stunning nature. I soon discovered that the food is amazing too. Fresh seafood can be found everywhere whilst game is plentiful. Punta Arenas boasts several top-notch restaurants, amongst which, Remezón. It’s a cosy restaurant with friendly service and specialises in Patagonian cuisine. They’re generous with the pisco sour and serve only the freshest seafood and meats. Highly recommended!

Read more on velvet escape’s Culinary Journey or about my trip to Patagonia.

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5 Responses to “velvet escape’s Culinary Journey: Punta Arenas II”

  1. velvet 06/05/2009 1:25 pm

    Hi Gaby,
    Haha! It was quite interesting eating these exotic meats. Llama is pretty good actually (rather like beef) while rhea is kind of like ostrich meat.


  2. Gaby-Bali 06/05/2009 11:44 am

    What? I haven’t even heard the names of beaver, rhea and llama as an edible meat! Was it delicious? I’m not a red meat eater, so i’m gonna pass this one, but wil definitely opt for the fresh seafood! Yum yum! You make me hungry,Keith!


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