Tablón del Ancla
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This spot packs ’em in at lunch, when its set menu featuring an appetizer, main, a drink and an espresso is a steal at CH$3600. There...
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Lonely Planet review
This soccer-fueled, caricature-walled bar-restaurant on prime Plaza de Armas real estate has a great bunless hamburger de lo pobre (hold the eggs), but insanity surrounds the parilla mixta, a mountain of mixed grilled meats served in a flame-contained bucket that feeds you, four friends and your unborn child for CH$18,500. They throw in pisco sours, too, just in case you need something to wash it all down.