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Vitacura
5 reviews
The chef behind Santiago’s restaurant Boragó is on a mission to promote his country’s over-looked ingredients, such as the superacidic copao fruit, which grows in the Atacama desert. — Afar Magazine
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International
Vitacura
4 reviews
Among the finest restaurants in Santiago, the Swiss-owned Europeo serves German and Swiss influenced cuisine. — DK Eyewitness
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South American
Providencia
5 reviews
This extremely popular picada is always packed, so you might have to wait to be seated in the chandelier-lighted dining room or at one of the tables that spill out onto the sidewalk. — Fodor's
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Cafe
Centro Histórico
4 reviews
José Domingo Torres, a chef greatly in demand amongst the Chilean aristocracy of his day, decided in 1879 to set up shop in this storefront on the Alameda. — Fodor's
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Latin
Providencia
2 reviews
Seafood lovers will find their mecca at the "Deep Blue" in the bohemian Bellavista neighborhood. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Las Condes
5 reviews
This gourmet pizzeria began as a hole-in-the-wall but spread into three dining areas to accommodate the growing throngs of admirers. — Frommer's
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Providencia
2 reviews
This restaurant follows a pre-Hispanic theme, with traditional touches from all the regions of Chile. — Fodor's
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Cafe
Centro Histórico
3 reviews
Just a block away from the Palacio de la Moneda, the Chilean Government Palace, this culinary oasis offers tasty treats and killer coffee in a downtown setting. — Afar Magazine
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Cafe
Las Condes
4 reviews
Brunch...complete with eggs Benedict, French toast and fine coffee, is a Sunday ritual for many expats. — Rough Guide
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French
Providencia
4 reviews
With table lamps casting a warm glow and walls covered with black-and-white photographs, this little eatery could be in any small town in France. — Fodor's
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Providencia
2 reviews
The menu here has a Spanish influence (the owners met in Barcelona), with dishes such as patatas bravas and crema catalana. — Afar Magazine
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
An enduring favorite among hipsters, artists, and actors alike, El Toro is the kind of restaurant you expect to see in San Francisco's Mission District, or London's Shoreditch. — Frommer's
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Fusion
Vitacura
3 reviews
El Bulli alum Matías Polomo focuses on unsung regional ingredients such as Patagonian mushrooms. — Travel + Leisure
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Providencia
4 reviews
One of Santiago's oldest vegetarian restaurants, this wood-paneled eatery in the heart of Providencia has lost some of its creativity and flair. — Fodor's
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Santa Lucia
3 reviews
It calls itself a cafe, but this unpretentious eatery is much more than that. — Frommer's
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Latin
Providencia
4 reviews
Classic Bellavista hangout, busy at all hours for hearty dishes like beef casserole and longaniza (spicy sausage) and chips. — Rough Guide
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Vitacura
3 reviews
In a building that is a destination in itself, this über-modern marvel is located on the edge of the Parque Bicentenario in Vitacura, so it is definitely out of the way. — Frommer's
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Peruvian
Providencia
3 reviews
Set in the buzzing Patio Bellavista, Barandarian serves lunch and dinner daily, and is a favorite for savory Peruvian cuisine such as seviche, lamb stewed in beer, and parihuela (a seafood stew). — DK Eyewitness
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French
Vitacura
2 reviews
Tucked behind the Casa Colorado Museum (enter the museum and cross the patio to get here), Ambrosía is a thoroughly modern and chic, family-run restaurant that would not be out of place in London. — Frommer's
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Peruvian
Vitacura
2 reviews
This restaurant serves a wide range of Peruvian-style fish dishes, but its specialty is ceviche—it has seven different varieties that you can eat at a special bar as well as at the tables. — Fodor's
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