Easter Island cuisine uses traditional preparations from its ancestral past combined with new ingredients and modern techniques. The base of Hangaroa cuisine are marine products: fish and seafood. The island is blessed with an abundance of tuna, mahi-mahi and swordfish, and Rape Rape, a smaller indigenous type of lobster. Agricultural products were introduced from other islands and today, potatoes and sugarcane are part of the island’s diet.
With an indoor and al-fresco area, Poevara is open for breakfast,
lunch and dinner. The spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean from
the terrace complement the traditional Rapa Nui and International
cuisine. Ceviches, carpaccios and stone-cooked tuna are some
of the typical dishes highlighted in the menu. Chilean wines are
showcased on the wine list, and guests can enjoy Wine Pairing
dinners and taste and sip the best wineries on the South
A CELEBRATION OF FOOD AND WINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
The atmosphere is sophisticated and relaxed and Kaloa has become a gathering place for both hotel guests and local visitors given its lounge-like ambiance and endless sunset views. This is Hangaroa’s romantic venue to enjoy cocktails while the sun goes down on the ocean. The fare is also seafood and fish.
Locally inspired and delicious flavors
The Vaikoa Bar honors the architecture of the ancient Rapa Nui. The room is small and is covered by thick grass, a "green roof," that in the past, as well as today, is used to protect and insulate the room. This is the perfect place to relax and try our tropical cocktails. Outside you can enjoy a magnificent sunset and feel connected with this old and mysterious land.
Warm, rustic with views of the ocean
WE OFFER AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF EXPERIENCES