The Emporio Zunino is a traditional place located outside the Central Market of Santiago. It was founded in 1930 by the Zunino brothers, originally from Tigleto in northern Italy, who began their business of distributing national and imported cheeses in the heart of the city.
The main asset of the company is the close and familiar attention, in addition to the delicacies it makes, such as empanadas de pino, queso and bread fresh from the oven. If you want to try Zunino’s unique stamp, you can also bring their cheeses, pastas and sauces, because it is always a good time to taste the flavors that an emporium with 90 years of tradition gives us.
Paseo Puente, 801, Santiago.