Restaurant Parque Antumalal, a spacious room with panoramic views over Lake Villarrica.
Since 1950 the Restaurant Parque Antumalal has been a culinary tradition in Pucón and the Araucanía region. The Araucaria wood panelled wall, unique style seats and panoramic views combine to offer the most comfortable environment for long lunches, snacks and evening meals in couples, with friends or with family. Incorporating fresh harvests from the vegetable garden with local produce from the region, the Restaurant Parque Antumalal creates dishes that combine tradition with innovation. Personalized service and excellent wines complement the fine gastronomy. Late dinners in the restaurant often move over to the Don Guillermo Bar with its open fireplace, leather seats and in-house cocktail menu – the perfect place to wind down at the end of the evening.
We invite you to enjoy the flavors and stunning landscapes, and to share with us our love of nature. If you are one of our guests or you are passing through, the Restaurant Parque Antumalal is without doubt the ideal location for an unforgettable experience for all your senses.
Opening hours: 12:30 PM – 22:00 PM
We ask all our guests to reserve your table directly at reception.
For visitors to the hotel, we ask you to make your advance reservation by calling 045 2441011 / 045 2441012
A Family Tradition
Davita, together with her daughter Catalina, the founders of the Antumalal, began preparing recipes that she brought from her birthplace, Prague, in 1945. They baked kuchens and apple pies for tea time, quickly turning the Lake Café Antumalal into the favorite meeting place for Pucón visitors. In 1950, when the hotel opened, Catalina created a daily menu, alternating European recipes with new ones learnt in Chile. The speciality was trout that the clients fished from the rivers.
Until 1990, wood was the source of heat for cooking. Electricity was also used generated by the water turbine in the hotel park. Today the Restaurant has a renovated, modern kitchen, and a varied menu that is the result of the fusion of Central European tradition and original Southern Chile flavors.