My dishes are inspired by Chilean as well as International cuisine, some are interpretations of some well-known recipes, and some dishes I have created myself.

I always use best quality products, always locally sourced when possible.

In the event that I cannot find a product locally, I try to source it regionally, then nationally and in some cases I buy products from another Latin American country. As an example, I get my vanilla from Mexico, which is an essential ingredient in confectionery.

I prepare the dishes from scratch in our kitchen, such as the sauces, the paté, the ice cream, the jams and marmalades, salad dressings and decoration coulis, etc. I do not use ready-made products and I don't use a microwave.

I buy my vegetables and fruit locally, in Algarrobo, El Yeco and Casablanca. The meat, fish and seafood is sourced in Algarrobo, mostly of Chilean origin but the Equatorial shrimps are too good not to be included on my dishes.

Our wines are all Chilean, most from small boutique vineyards in Casablanca Valley, but also from other valleys like San Antonio, Colchagua, Cachapoal and Maipo.

I always use fresh produce, preferably from our own region.