Since 1950 Restaurant Parque Antumalal has been a gastronomic tradition in Pucón and the Araucanía region, with its Araucaria wood-paneled walls, unique style comfortable chairs and panoramic views of Lake Villarrica make the Restaurant a cozy space, and ideal place for lunches, snacks and dinners as a couple, with friends or family.


We incorporate fresh and organic harvests from our own garden creating refined dishes that combine the tradition of generations with innovation and fresh, local ingredients.


Our personalized attention and selected wines complement the service, which after your meal can easily end in a sunset or enjoying the fireplace in the Don Guillermo Bar with leather chairs and araucaria lined walls that deliver a unique and cozy experience.


We invite you to enjoy the amazing flavors and landscapes of Restaurant Parque Antumalal, and share the experience of a good taste.

A Family Tradition


Grandmother Davita, together with her daughter Catalina, the founders of the Antumalal, began preparing recipes brought from her birthplace, Prague, in 1949. They baked kuchens and apple pies for tea time, while Guillermo brought visitors to Pucón by boat to taste the famous "Antumalal Tea Time". In 2016, the Lake Café was remodelled and is today the inviting Lake House with 3 bedrooms and a spacious living dining area, only 100mts from Lake Villarrica. 


In 1950, when Antumalal was inaugurated, Catalina brought her kitchen to the hotel and developed a special menu alternating European recipes with the new recipes she learned in Chile. The specialty was the trout that the guests themselves fished in the Trancura River, making the Hotel Antumalal the first fishing lodge in Chile. Prince Philip & Queen Elizabeth of England tasted a trout from the river in this same place.