For a dash of local color, this charming restaurant one street above the waterfront is dressed in cozy hardwoods and wool-trimmed accents. Patrons settle into a large, open-kitchen seating area and watch a gaggle of women chopping, stirring and seasoning ingredients for an extensive menu of huge sandwiches.
The 'house' (cheese, avocado, tomato, lettuce, ham, onions, pickles and a fried egg) will feeds three! If you don't have the appetite for such a big sandwich, there's also home-cooked daily menus (CH$5300). Decent espresso and a mean maté are also served.