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This restaurant is steeped in history, and takes its name from Karl Angermeyer and his family, who founded it many years ago. The story has not been allowed to be forgotten; there are photos and other memorabilia of early island life, offering a hypnotically fascinating sense of heritage.
The restaurant does not have an extensive menu, but what it lacks in variety it more than makes up for in quality. The highlights on the menu are the meat dishes; indeed, the Galapagos steaks are arguably as succulent as those from Argentina.
The fish dishes are also fantastic, and due to the location there is certainly no shortage of seafood. You can expect to pay between 10 and 18 USD for a main course.
The restaurant has a strong ethical mentality, which is great to see, especially in this special part of the world. It contributes to the island by pushing sustainable tourism and also creates jobs for the inhabitants of the island.
The head chef is a man called Santiago Chamorro, and he only uses locally sourced products, which not only is good ethically speaking, but it also ensures the ingredients are as fresh as can be. He and the staff, who are welcoming and professional, will create an unforgettable Galapagos dining experience.
Tuesday - Sunday: 5pm - 11pm