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Chile Cafes and Restaurants

Cafes & Restaurants

Anakena is one of the best Hyatt's two excellent restaurants in Santiago. This bright, spacious Thai establishment serves some of the finest spicy food, also offers a unique way of ordering your food: as in a market, you choose which piece of fish or meat you want and then tell the chef whether you want it cooked in the traditional wok or on the grill.
Address: Hyatt Regency, Av. Presidente Kennedy 4601, Las Condes, Santiago
Tel: 2/218-1234


Aquí Está Coco
This is a good place to try Chile's famous machas, here served à la parmesana (with tomatoes and parmesan cheese) or corvina, one of Chile's tastiest fish, offered with a choice of various butters and sauces.
The best fish and shellfish in Santiago are served up in comfortable surroundings decorated with a nautical theme; the walls are covered with flotsam and jetsam from Chilean beaches.
Hours: Closed Sun. Weekend reservations essential.
Credit cards: AE, DC, MC, V.
Address: La Concepción 236, Providencia, Santiago Tel: 2/205-5985 or 2/251-5751


Plaza Blue
Washed in saffron and sky blues, the main dining room of this restaurant is a plaza in miniature. Serves Central and South American cuisines. Live Latin music accompanies standard but solid Chilean fare on weekends.
Try the omelette al langostino (crawfish omelet) or the reineta a la plancha (grilled mackerel). The chatty owners, two female school teachers, frequent the place after classes and on weekends.
Hours: Closed Sun. Credit cards: AE, DC, MC, V
Address: Pío Nono 185, Bellavista Santiago
Tel: 2/732-3870


Restorán De Peyo
First-rate Chilean food at reasonable prices, De Peyo's is hard to beat. A mixed group of working and middle-class Chileans enjoys a night out here in a family atmosphere.
The hot sauce and the garlic and avocado spreads in themselves warrant a visit, but the beef dishes, especially the plateada, a Chilean version of roast beef, are what put this restaurant on the map. Hours: Closed Sun. Credit cards: AE, DC, MC, V.
Address: Av. Grecia 448 and Lo Encalada 465, Ñuñoa, Santiago Tel: 2/274-0764


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