Located in Valparaíso, Chile, Tres Peces is a restaurant specializing in sustainable seafood.
Tres Peces opened about one year ago. Housed in a former residence from 1906, the building is located not far from the Reina Victoria funicular on Valparaíso’ Concepción hill. The name is a nod to the restaurant’s three owners (tres translates to three).
The restaurant works closely with about 40 local fishermen and counting. They bring the fresh catch from the sea directly to the restaurant. With new seafood available each day, Tres Peces changes its menu daily. To keep with its sustainable celebration of seafood, Tres Peces only serves fish. Diners won’t find any hamburgers or pizza on the menu to appease picky eaters.
Despite the new daily menu, Tres Peces always offers dishes highlighting local Chilean cuisine. Diners can expect to find items like ceviche, Chilean stews and grilled fish.
Tres Peces doesn’t accept reservations. Given its popularity, diners should expect to wait for a table if they arrive at peak dining hours. Tres Peces is open for lunch and dinner Monday–Saturday, and for lunch only on Sunday.
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