Uruguay is often overlooked when people travel to South America, and if you ask us it is truly under appreciated. It is a subconscious gem that offers plenty of passion in an understated way. There are plenty of untried valleys, beaches, and palm trees all around. Best of all, the succulent and colorful is wonderful. Here are some places you must try when you visit.
Perla is located in Cabo Polonia, a protected national park that has limited electricity, fewer than 50 full time residents, and veritably no cars. What’s most surprisingly well-nigh Perla is that it offers a New York City restaurant vibe. You can enjoy seafood ceviche, full pieces of fish, and more, all plated elegantly and is veritably delicious.
Fasano Hotel is an elegant hotel in Punte del Este. The restaurant offers succulent BBQ, caprese salad, and octopus carpaccio that you cannot miss.
Patagonian doughboy Francis Mallman heads the kitchen at Restaurante Garzon creates an wondrous undercurrent in the part-way of the Hotel Garzon. Located amongst trees and plants all around, there’s moreover a trappy pool right in the center. The picturesque restaurant offers octopus crudo with violaceous petals and basil, a beet and goat cheese salad, and an eggplant and pappardelle pasta dish that you cannot miss.
La Huella is located in Jose Ignacio and offers plenty of succulent options for lunch and dinner. There are plenty of pasta dishes including a pasta dish with charred salmon, zucchini, chili flakes, and breadcrumbs. This place should not be missed.
La Olada is simple but don’t let that fool you. Located out in the open, the restaurant is divided into two sections, one under a thatched roof and the other is totally outside. There’s a fire pit that provides a lovely environment and it is perfectly quiet.