Eating out

Annual guide lists top 100 restaurants in Chile's capital

Put together by local food critics, the new guide contains a wide range of restaurants, hotel bars and snack spots in Santiago.

Thursday, October 13, 2011 Santiago's best food spots feature in the guide. (Photo: R. E. ~/Flickr) Categoría: Restaurants

Rural gourmet

Eating well in Chile’s great outdoors: Calypso and Bramasole

This is Chile visits the best gourmet outposts in Cajón de Maipo, where rural countryside meets fine dining. This week: Italian food, with handmade pastas and pizzas.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011 Bramasole in the Cajón de Maipo serves thin-crust pizza and handmade pastas. (Photo by Jackie Seitz) Categoría: Restaurants

Dining

Flavors of Peru, Santiago’s second cuisine: Astoria

This is Chile looks at fine Peruvian dining in the nation’s capital. Today is Astoria, one of the newest additions to the scene and recognized by many as the best new restaurant of 2010.

Thursday, April 14, 2011 Gómez draws inspiration from the Peruvian culinary landscape. Categoría: Restaurants

Eating out

Flavors of Peru, Santiago’s second cuisine: El Chalán

This is Chile takes a look at fine Peruvian dining in the Chilean capital. We begin with five-year-old El Chalán, where humble downtown picadas meet quality ingredients and elegant surroundings.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011 The flavors may be familiar for many Santiago residents, but for El Chalán’s loyal clientele, Jimene Categoría: Restaurants

The Pale Blue Door

Pop-up restaurant event comes to Chilean cultural hotspot

Set-designer Tony Hornecker’s renowned “vagabond” dining experience, where diners eat served by ‘beautiful freaks’ at the centre of a giant art installation, is landing in Valparaíso. 

Monday, February 21, 2011 pale blue door,tony hornecker,valparaiso Categoría: Restaurants

Eating out

A handful of Santiago’s best restaurants: Europeo

This is the third of a series looking at Santiago’s award-winning restaurants and how they have contributed to the capital’s ascendant gastronomy. Today is Europeo, the classic continental institution of renowned chef, Carlos Meyer who started Santiago’s culinary revolution 20 years ago.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011 The main dining room at Europeo. Categoría: Restaurants
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