Matanzas Food Guide: 6 Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Matanzas

July 16, 2017 Jacquiline Delozier

Discover the best restaurant in Matanzas, Chile including Hotel y Restaurant Surazo, Marvento Restaurante, La Barquilla, Marola Restaurant, Alba Hotel Boutique, La Lobera Club House

1. Hotel y Restaurant Surazo

Hotel y Restaurant Surazo, Matanzas, Chile Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol International Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast +56 9 9277 8706
Excellent
38%
Good
44%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
3%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 143 reviews

Hotel y Restaurant Surazo

Reviewed By 1974AAUU - Santiago, Chile

The perfect spot. Right ON the beach....atop the sand.
During the day, protected from the wind. During the night, a warm fire pit.
Always the surfers mood, good vibes, and relaxed atmosphere.
We tried the wood-fired pizza (after 4 pm). Perfect after a day on the beach. Thin crust. Nice ingredients. They have only three alternatives, to our taste with too many toppings, but are open to modifications.
Another day we went for lunch. Really good food. Super sweet juices. We brought a bottle of wine...no issues.
Except for a really bad pisco sour (hard to believe being the national drink). Everything was good.
Do not expect city-like service or a large menu.
They are very relaxed....and they take their time. Just sit and relax.

2. Marvento Restaurante

Fundo San Luis de Lagunillas S/N, Matanzas, Chile Italian, Seafood, Chilean, South American Lunch +56 9 6688 9094
Excellent
34%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
13%
Poor
5%
Terrible
11%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 98 reviews

Marvento Restaurante

Reviewed By A TripAdvisor Member

Incredible place for dining and enjoy a romantic outing. The service is superb, food exceeds expectations and the location is fabulous From all the places visited in the Matanza /Pupuya area, this is the best restaurant I went to. Enjoy!,,,,,,

3. La Barquilla

El Bosque Av. 423, Navidad, Chile +56 9 9951 7253
Excellent
38%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
25%
Poor
6%
Terrible
6%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 16 reviews

La Barquilla

Reviewed By RodrigoHB - Santiago, Chile

Fuimos el domingo 21 de mayo a pasear a La Boca, puesto que no conocíamos el lugar.
Nos llamó la atención la cantidad de restaurantes, parece que va mucho turista, al igual que a Matanzas.
Como solamente este restaurante era mencionado en TripAdvisor, inicialmente lo elegimos. No estaba muy convencido, porque había leído que era lento, por lo que fuimos a uno muy cerca. Al entrar no nos gustó, por lo que nos fuimos a La Barquilla.
Luego de unos minutos sentados (habían sólo tres mesas más), nos atendieron. Pedimos las bebidas (bebestibles) para ganar tiempo, mientras pensábamos qué pedir.
Luego de unos ocho minutos llegó el pan, con un pebre y mantequilla. ¿Y las bebidas? pregunté, la respuesta fue que no eramos los únicos. Ya habían llegado dos o tres mesas más.
Cinco minutos después, llegaron las bebidas.
Comimos:
- Empanadas fritas de queso camarón . La mía no tenía casi nada de queso y no era sabrosa..
- Machas a la parmesana ... hechas con queso gouda. Sin sabor a nada y para colmo con el típico sabor a quemado, por no saber flambear las machas queman las conchas.
- Chuletas de cerdo. Secas y desabridas, por lo que mi hijo las baño en ketchup.
- Cebiche (o ceviche, seviche, etc). Era algo aburrido, con más verdura que otra cosa. Incluso tenía "kanikama" (alimento procesado en base a pescado, que imita la carne de cangrejo). ¿Cómo a metros del mar venden algo casi sintético?
- Locos. Un crimen comer locos casi sin sabor.
A todo esto, cuando recién llegamos pedí ají. La señorita dijo que tenían uno como "bálsamo". Comí mis empanadas, las machas y luego de pedir unas 10 veces a dos personas diferentes, cuando ya estaba comiendo los locos, trajeron una botella de Tabasco.
¿Tabasco en un restaurante chileno de mariscos y pescado? En Chile tenemos el maravilloso ají Diaguitas, 100% extracto de ají rojo. Tenemos ají en pasta muy rico. ¿Por qué un ají hecho en USA y para colmo con vinagre?
Bueno, en verdad "mushos" restaurante "shilenos" están usando Tabasco. Ridículo!
Iré nuevamente a La Boca, sólo para conocer los otros restaurantes.
Lamento si a algunas personas les parece muy exigente mi comentario, pero tener un restaurante sin saber cocinar como corresponde, es casi una falta de respeto.

4. Marola Restaurant

Playa de Pupuya | Pupuya Beach, Navidad 755018, Chile Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Credit Cards Mediterranean, International, Delicatessen, Vegetarian Friendly Lunch, Dinner HK$55 - HK$196 +56 9 9240 6606
Excellent
64%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 95 reviews

Marola Restaurant

Marola is a restaurant that not only stands out for its delicious dishes with international influences and charged to the local flavors, but also for being in a privileged location with a panoramic view of Pupuya beach, the island and the wetland. Moreover, the spectacle of kiteboarders and windsurfers is impressive. Designed for the family, children can have fun at the playground, while you have a delicious ginger sour, share a marine platter or just an aromatic grain coffee. If you are a devotee of wine, you delight yourself by our extensive menu, including some unconventional ones. We are located 2.5 hours away from Santiago and 1.5 kilometers from Matanzas. See you soon!

Reviewed By Fasani - Santiago

In a restaurant is not just about food, is about the whole experience... the music wasn't working and no one was taking care, the cookers left and there was a delay with the food, but the waiter was so honest and clear that we asked for what was ready and enjoy the place. We loved it... and the experience was great, because of the location, the view and the amazing service that the waiter gave us... the manager gave no explanations and he was like mad because we were there.
The owners should get closer to the business.
We will repeat the experience... really good.

5. Alba Hotel Boutique

Carlos Ibanez Del Campo S/n, Matanzas, Chile +56 9 5853 0999
Excellent
58%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
21%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 14 reviews

Alba Hotel Boutique

Reviewed By pellegrinie2017 - Santiago, Chile

The restaurant is almost in the beach so if you are traveling or visiting with kids, it is a good choice as they can play with the sand while you have your lunch.
The menu is simple, not to much seafood and a poor service, even though the girl in charge did a great job.
The kitchen is slow, but food is good.
If you want something better, try the OMZ hotel
It's a good restaurant for young couples with kids

6. La Lobera Club House

Playa Pupuya / Matanzas, Navidad, Chile +56 9 8302 2300
Excellent
30%
Good
16%
Satisfactory
16%
Poor
16%
Terrible
22%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 18 reviews

La Lobera Club House

Reviewed By tereparrao - Santiago, Chile

Do not go there in a busy day. We had a reservation at 2:30 pm. We arrived there at 1:30, we were seated on our table at 3:00. We ordered and our food at 3:10 and the food came at 4:30. Horrible, specially with hungry kids.

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