This is a typical Chilean bar (there are several in Santiago from this brand) that is truly welcoming. Decorated with historical artifacts, this is the ideal place to go out to have dinner quickly and have some beers. It has a nice ambient, warm music. It´s a place I more than recommend. It´s very interesting.
The Niebla is an area where there's a ton of places you can scope out for camping and cabins, famous for having a strong historical defense which now serves as a museum and is displayed, it is also on this page. Fog in the summers ago they were accustomed to varied holiday with food, crafts and dances of Chile.
This is a unique, unforgettable place - a revolving restaurant in the Providencia neighbourhood. You can rotate while you sample the delights of Chilean cuisine. It's an incredible feeling, with the breathtaking Andes as a backdrop to your dinner. Made all from glass, it offers a panoramic view of the Chilean capital, but the mountains really stand out. Since 1981, this has been an icon in the city of Santiago, attracting thousands of visitors to the top floor of the Santa Maria tower. As well as international cuisine, the menu offers good Chilean wine. If you don't have a huge budget, try the menu of the day, and you can still appreciate the great views.
Everything we ate was rich in this Peruvian restaurant, from the pisco sour, ceviche, shrimp risotto and desserts. The place was packed with people, too much for my taste. The space was a little tight and it was too hot and poorly ventilated. If these details were sorted out you really could enjoy the excellent food more.
It's a very nice place, especially in the summer, because there is live music and a good atmosphere. The decor is original and beautiful. It's nicely cared for and the sea landscape is incredible. The food is not "incredibly" good, but it's not bad. It has an interesting menu of Chilean wines and made some delicious Pisco-sour. For me the highlight is the atmosphere and if you go to have dinner in the summer, you can enjoy a spectacular sunset.
The La Vaquita Echá is a typical country restaurant where I ate at the end of my visit to the vineyards and wineries of Concha y Toro. The prices here are about average, not too expensive, but not too cheap either. The food is very good and the portions are a good size. The wines are delicious and beautifully served. The best thing about this restaurant was, without a doubt, the ambiance. It's a house full of old tools, with traditional live music and dancing. It's a good place to spend a pleasant afternoon, no doubt about it.
The food is tasty and healthy. Good sandwiches, dishes, desserts and pastries. Everything is recently made and flavorful, it´s in the center of Santiago. If you arrive before 13h and have lunch they give you a free fruit juice, also with each plate they give you a soup, piece of chicken or vegetable soup. The food is homemade and the desserts too, those types of desserts that you cannot seem to make at home. Cheap and excellent quality.
This restaurant has become famous among Brazilian tourists going to Santiago; indeed, if you're going for your honeymoon, it's an almost mandatory stop. The reason for that is that it offers food that is said to be aphrodisiacs. The atmosphere is just great. In addition to normal tables, the restaurant offers two long tables - but if you're going as a couple, don't worry; the long table is usually reserved for large groups. There's romantic lighting, too. The food was good, although not as outstanding as the environment. The best things for us were the drinks - try the one with rose petals - and the rich desserts, with plenty of chocolate. As it's famous, you'll have to make a reservation before you go.
A very nice and friend place. The food is exquisite. The bread have different flavors and are very good. The rice with fruits and the seafood with almond sauce are fantastic. The appetizers are very good also. The dessert was pistachio ice cream, a very special ice crea because it´s made there. What I liked most about this place was that although I had gone many times, it is always exquisite.
For all fans of lovely landscapes, birds and oysters . You can not miss going to Caulín in Chiloe and visiting the restaurant and Cabins "Caulín Oysters" The best oysters in the world, grown there by the owner. They come in 3 sizes, small, medium and large, I recommend the medium. With a good white wine and delicious toast with butter, it is a pleasure of the gods!!. Regarding the price, the value of the dish that brings 15 units is quite appropriate, taking into account that they are the best quality oysters. We ate 47 each!! Enjoy the oysters, cheers!
Caribbean cafes are quite unusual; they are designed for men (although women are also welcome), as all the waitresses are dressed in miniskirts - very, very short. The specialty here costs 40c, and is half-hot milk and half-coffee. There are no chairs or tables to put your coffee on, but the coffee here is known as some of the best in the city.
Cafe Con Piernas has become famous among locals and foreigners alike. Dating back about two decades, it has dark windows and a neon sign that simply says "Cafe". Inside young women serve the drinks dressed in small bikinis and greet customers with a warm kiss. It's quite the experience.
It seems to be just another one of the colored houses in Valparaiso, but it is one of the most famous restaurants in the area (or at least so I was told). It specializes in Chilean cuisine. I would recommend their seafood and fish (it is all very fresh), but you can also have steaks and salads. It has an indoor dining room with a large window overlooking the harbor, which makes it a very bright place. It also has a terrace, ideal for hot days.
It is far from the center of Santiago, you can find this charming restaurant set-up in a fairtale-like house. There are various gardens with fountains to walk by, games for children, and excellent food like delicious chorizo.