velvet escape’s Culinary Journey: Punta Arenas

I’m not a food critic but I do love good food! That’s one of the reasons why I enjoy travelling. Seeking out the best eateries and exploring local cuisines are all part of the adventure.

This post marks the beginning of a new series: velvet escape’s Culinary Journey. It features a selection of culinary highlights during my travels. It also gives me the opportunity to finally put my heaps of food photos to some use 🙂

img_2042 What: fresh Patagonian lobster with citrus fruits and a light mint vinaigrette.

Where: Remezón (Punta Arenas, Chile).

Note: the lobster was so fresh and tasty, it was just perfect on its own. Remezón is a cosy restaurant with friendly service and specialises in Patagonian cuisine. They’re generous with the pisco sour and serve only the freshest seafood. Highly recommended!

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

  1. yoan 22/03/2009 10:06 am
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    hurray……..hurray……..hurray………-^_^-at last i can find some food article on this blog…….wow…….and nice pic, i thought i will eat a lot this night.
    Ok thx so……much for the article
    ur fans
    –yoan the dreamer–

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