Franchute del Barrio is a restaurant with show cooking, which stands out for its French gastronomy menu and a unique atmosphere, in the heart of the Franklin neighborhood.
With homemade and simple dishes, it delights the palate of visitors, who can taste true classics, such as onion soup, beef cheeks, Cassoulet del Franchute or Tortellini with roasted tomatoes. Not to be missed are the Coq au vin (chicken in wine), Canard à l’orange (duck in orange) and the Boeuf Bourguignon, a stew of beef soaked in red wine.
Their menu also includes national dishes with their own stamp, such as the Magellanic lamb shank with legumes and candied lemon. And if you want to prolong the experience, discover the local artisan delicatessen.
Bío Bío, 650, Santiago.