Simple chicken casserole yum. Very local, packed but no other tourists. Decor very old but charming.
In Bellavista neighborhood in Santiago de Chile, if you are up for real traditional Chilean food this is the place. Pablo Neruda used to visit this place to enjoy the food and traditional environment. You could even sit in Nerudas table if you are lucky.
The restaurant didn't look very inviting but there was no loud music so we entered and to our big surprise we had a delicious dinner. Beef was tasty, tender and juicy, my pasta with seafood was rich and beautiful.
We've gone here every year we go to Chile. It's always been our "go to" place because we could always count on a great meal. Well, not this time. When we got there, there was hardly anyone in the place, for a Friday night. Which...More
I don't often review restaurants for Trip Advisor but this one warranted something. Of all the meals we had in Santiago, this was literally the worst. The food was horrible, the dinner rolls they give you were like frozen on the inside and warm on...More
We got grandma to babysit for one night in Las Condes. This little restaurant strip was very close and all the restaurants were really nice. We wanted authentic Chilean food. This place had it all! Excellent food and free entertainment that was totally unexpected! During...More
This place definitely captures part of the authentic chilean culture through it's food, looks and all. You'll find typical chilean food startimg with the 'Pernil' a Cooked pork shank with boiled potatos side. Also you'll find another preparations but in my opinion sandwiches and 'costillar'...More
While this may not be a beautiful, upscale restaurant, we have always gotten one of our best meals here. The restaurant is old and the bathrooms are very scary, but the service and food are wonderful. This is another one of our "must do restaurants"...More