Cafe in Valdivia


This classic salón de té (teahouse) is where Valdivians talk about you behind your back over delicious café cortados (espresso with milk, always served with properly carbonated water), cakes and sandwiches. Toasted …
Sandwiches in Valdivia

La Última Frontera

You'll find one-stop traveler nirvana at this restobar with a distinctly bohemian vibe. Hidden quietly away in a restored mansion, it has a load of outside-the-box sandwiches, fresh juices and local craft beer – 15 …
Chilean in Valdivia

Sello de Raza

Classy Sello de Raza holds its own as a parrilla (steakhouse), but it does a wonderful job with typical Chilean dishes as well. The pastel de choclo (maize casserole) is one of the best you'll find and there's good …
Peruvian in Valdivia

La Calesa

This restaurant serves Peruvian staples, such as garlic-roasted chicken, lomo saltado (stir-fried beef with spices, onions, tomatoes and potatoes) and ceviche appetizers fit for a meal. The pisco sours are memorable…
Chilean in Valdivia

Café Moro

An excellent spot for a supervalue set-menu lunch. It draws an age-defying and eclectic mix of intellectual hipsters and WWF think-tank scientists from Valdivia's Centro de Estudios Científicos, and turns to drinkin…
Restaurant in Valdivia

La Cava del Búho

If you like to mix your drinking with a step-up in food, this dark, candlelit restobar off the beaten path is a good bet. The handwritten menu specializes in filets and there's an extensive cocktail list to go with …
Chilean in Coñaripe

Verde Bosque

A friendly spot to fuel up on pizzas (there's a great solo-traveler size) and sandwiches (and the odd trout on occasion); and chase it all down with Coñaripe's first hometown craft beer, a Bock, Amber and Pale Ale b…
Chilean in Valdivia

Mercado Municipal

Fat plates of fish and chips or choritos al ajillo (mussels in garlic and chilies) are served in three floors of restaurants with river views.