Santiago restaurants

Top Choice Chilean in Santiago


Chef Rodolfo Guzman earned a coveted spot among the World’s 50 Best Restaurants by elevating Chilean cuisine to new heights at this Vitacura restaurant, where a minimalist design forces you to focus on the food. The…
Top Choice Chilean in Santiago


Without a doubt one of the most unique culinary experiences in Chile, this Bellavista upstart is innovating Chilean cuisine by looking back to the culinary roots of the Mapuche, Rapa Nui and Atacameños.
Top Choice Chilean in Santiago

La Diana

Attached to a children’s arcade of the same name and built within the walls of an old monastery, La Diana defies easy description. Its ceilings are adorned with as many potted plants as chandeliers, its tables are a…
Top Choice Chilean in Santiago


Tucked away in an old home just south of Barrio Italia's main drag, this intimate restaurant re-envisions staples from the Chilean countryside as gourmet dishes. From northern quinoa salads to hearty Mapuche stews f…
Top Choice Chilean in Santiago

Salvador Cocina y Café

This no-frills two-story lunch spot packs a surprising punch with market-focused menus that change daily and highlight unsung dishes (and exotic meats) from the Chilean countryside. Chef Rolando Ortega won Chile’s c…
French in Santiago

Peluquería Francesa

This is one of Santiago's more innovative dining experiences. The name means 'French Barbershop,' and that's exactly what this elegant corner building, dating from 1868, originally was. Decorated with quirky antique…
Chilean in Santiago

Palacio del Vino

This down-to-earth ‘wine palace’ gets high marks for both atmosphere and price. Not only is it located in a character-rich heritage building in Barrio Brasil, but you can get a glass of gran reserva wine for CH$3000…
Cafe in Santiago


Santiaguinos flock to this homey Providencia cafe each weekend for the best brunches in town. Fresh-baked breads and jams, yogurt and granola or scrambled eggs with crispy bacon are but a few of the offerings. Salad…
Fusion in Santiago


With an airy transcendental energy, gigantic sushi platters and a sprinkling of other culinary offerings from Japan, Thailand and Chile, this hip eatery is fashionable and friendly. It stretches a long way back with…
Diner in Santiago

Fuente Suiza

Seriously good lomo (pork) sandwiches and flaky deep-fried empanadas make this simple family-run restaurant the perfect place to prepare for (or recover from) a long night of drinking.